I Promised Buster My Left Great Toenail
That I would not expose him to the world again and so on this day I have completed my final physical exam, lab test, MRI review on the subject of vertigo.
I am on my own (accompanied by Buster) in waiting out the passage of this dad-burned case of anti Appalachian Trailitis.
Having said that I can’t move to that level without thanking Abby Walker, D.C. who owns Chiro Care of Skowhegan, Maine; P.R. Johnson, D.C. who owns Health Source of Seneca, SC and Dr. Bill Chiles of Oconee County, South Carolina. Each gave me honest input as to the findings of my situation and each played a major roll in my decision to sit tight for the moment, wait for symptoms to pass, and then to finish this little adventure.
Each day is better….. but…… still unsteady …. not dizzy…… more unbalanced than dizzy.
This Place Has to Pay a View Tax
As it turns out Maine has a View Tax. If your property has a view that is deemed to improve the value of your property you get a ‘view tax’. This old home across the street from Breezy Acres Motel has to pay it. The owner actually planted some rapidly growing trees in the hopes of blocking the view of what amounts to a hill in the distance but they evidently shed stuff so he cut them down. His View Tax is alive and well in Skowhegan, Maine!