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moggybrian
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hi guys & gal's
had the vaccine yesterday the 'oxford ' been ill ever since!!
headaches chills shakes hopefully it will wear off soon feeling wretched
Brian 8-)

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You’ll be okay Brian do you get your second dose in April? I took my 90 year old parents for theirs on Thursday afternoon ;)
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Sorry to hear you are under the weather Brian. Do phone your Dr's if it does not improve especially if you feel really tired. It might just be a co-incidence that you have the vaccine but you have picked up the virus anyway - don't hesitate to book a test or book a home test kit. My son had the vaccine and one week later caught the virus so we are all currently isolating as we have all tested positive. Our symptoms started as you have described yours.

Look after yourself Brian (and everyone else out there) and get plenty of rest and fluids.

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thanks guys for the concern feeling much better today(Sunday)
until I looked out of the window
here in Brum 4 inches of snow and still coming
I made a very upsetting discovery the other day!!
I had not been down to the garage to see Garfy
for some time but knowing the garage had a roof leak
I had bought him a lovely (expensive) indoor/outdoor cover
just in case,I peeled back the cover just enough
to get in and he started after about the fourth attempt
it was a nice dry sunny day so I thought he hasn't been out
since our last "Webb's" so on peeling back the cover completely
horror of horror's!! there is damp under all the paint
including the beautiful signage heartbroken or what
this was all done originally by the PJE signwriter
now it is all ruined,(Icould weep)!

I have now moved Garfy to a wooden waterproof garage
at Mom's the only thing I can think is he was in a concrete garage
which has got damp with water on the floor and he has sweated
what can I do I am so sad about it all he always looked so good
now what!!?? :cry: :cry:

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It may be that in a dry garage and left uncovered the damp may be released from under the paint if it can breathe? I’m not an expert on paint. Do you have power in the garage, as if so you could put a greenhouse heater in the cab to warm him from inside? I have one which I leave in my van, keeps her dry and stops my Makita batteries from being frozen...
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Brian,
Happy to hear you are feeling better but sad news about Garfy. Have you ever managed to post pictures? I don't recall the signage. Woke up to 15*F temperature this morning and its forecast to be nearer zero tomorrow with snow on the way Wednesday. It's been a year now since MMPU was towed away. Never found what became of her remains and no replacement in sight yet.

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Hello BB
you must have seen "Garfy's" livery 'PJEvansLtd'
with red,white,and blue 'unipart' signage?
he is not looking much better
but I have put de-humidifier in garage at Mom's
and at least he has remained dry
what is the mystery about mmpu?
Stay safe and well all of you
Brian 8-)

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