In message <5vClB.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Chris McMillan
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with Joe), he can't live much longer. Time we had the story on Joe, and
Bert, and how they'll manage when they can't live as they are.
Post by Chris McMillan
But it's topical, BTMS, and could be done in the same way as the June
Spencer one was. We hear nothing now of The Laurels for one thing.
I fear I may soon be able to provide input on this, and with an
agricultural bent: the semi-retired (he still keeps a few) sheep farmer
friend of my blind friends, who lives alone (at
https://goo.gl/maps/eYpjKMh5rqj - yes, that's us) has just had a major
stroke ("neighbour" [farm up the hill] saw his curtains hadn't moved for
a while, or something, and called the police, and he was found in time).
Although he's a determined character, I rather suspect he won't be able
to return to his lifestyle; this could well be (sadly, a more extreme
case of, given that Joe and, really, Bert don't live alone in the same
way) the situation you are positing.
J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf
Can you open your mind without it falling out?