Thursday, July 11, 2013


In which David, an avid woodworker and hiker, must give up his hobbies because his hands have become too unstable and his back too stiff. Not to be deterred, he finds a new creative outlet: quilting with the ladies in Nelsonville, Ohio.

Stay tuned after the jump for more about David and his fabric-based adventures.

Since this video was made in April, David piled a few other things on his plate.  First of all, he's in line for DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery), but the bureaucratic powers-that-be have required him to begin his paper work all over again, so his surgery probably won't happen until November.  He's at the end of his rope, so to speak, and we are following his neurological journey for an upcoming video called David's Brain.   Second, he took a week-long hike in the mountains of West Virginia (Harper's Ferry) and survived.  Third, he and his wife, Pam, are now proud owners of two recumbent Terra-Trikes, which I managed to hijack and took an effortless spin around the parking lot --at about 40mph--and also survived!  So all is well and good in these neck of the woods, folks.  Stay tuned!

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