Bandaid

band aid in the backcountry, Alaska.

So you see here how to treat life-threatening wounds in the backcountry – with a band aid …. NOT!!!

🙂

Sergei’s new nickname on this trip is ‘bandaid’ – for any ailment, broken skin or not, he requested, and was given, bandaids. For a small cut on his thumb, a bandaid. For a blister, a bandaid. For a headache, a bandaid. For a sinus infection, a bandaid. For hunger, bandaids.

Bandaid will be coming back in 2009 for another trip, and I’m sure Johnson & Johnson are glad to hear that. 🙂

Cheers

Carl

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7 thoughts on “Bandaid

  1. Beth Lunsford

    I’m sure Johnson & Johnson will be ver happy!! Haven’t been online for a few weeks. I moved to the N. Ga. mountains, & it took them 2 weeks to hook up my internet. I need a laptop with wireless card! Hope you are doing o.k. Stay safe!

  2. Beth Lunsford

    N. Ga., you know, The Great Smokey Mountains! Getting as far away right now as I can from Atlanta. If I can get enough saved up, with all my bills I have, I plan to at least visit Alaska, if not move there. The wilderness is dwindling, & that’s sad. Right now, some nights, I can look out my bedroom window & see deer & black bear. It’s pretty cool. I just wanted away from Atlanta!!

  3. Carl Donohue

    Hey Beth,

    Actually, the Great Smoky Mountains aren’t in Georgia. 🙂

    Where in North Georgia are you living? Glad to hear you’re enjoying being away from the city. Congrats on the move.

    Cheers

    Carl

  4. Beth Lunsford

    Well, it’ts right on the Ga. & North Carolina border. Right up above Blairsville, Ga. It’s so peaceful!!!

  5. Sai

    LOL…that is quite a funny story about bandaid, i mean the real bandaid..not Sergei.

    Beth,

    Welcome to N. GA and the border with western NC, where its beautiful :)…hope you enjoy the autumn down here.

    Cheers,
    Sai

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