I am starting a new thread to make it easier to pass on info. First off, thanks again to everyone and their positive thoughts and prayers. thanks also for the generous offers to help.
Rob had his right eye removed Aug. 2. He is in ANC resting. Pending no issues they will drive from ANC to FAI on Monday. I asked what we could do, which is tough for a family with any type of a crisis to answer. This is the response. (pretty amazing when you think about it)
Their 16 year old son is driving with his little brother to FAI this evening. After he gets cleaned up, takes his little brother to the range to test out a new rifle given by his g-pa, and gets the gear and boat ready, they will head up north by themselves. Expect Sunday or Monday. Honest folks, here is a family that continues to find life to be a positive experience. Unbelievable.
Our job? Keep an eye out for a green Chevy truck, license plate "RECURV", that will be heading to the Ivashak. The truck will be pulling a boat. Stop and say hello if you see them. I doubt that this young man will need any help, but I can bet if you are broken down, he will be there for you. Rob and Deb will be a bit more relaxed knowing good folks like you are paying attention and are willing to help.
I hope to be up there on or about the 10th looking for sheep. I drive a burgundy F-150 SuperCrew. If you see me, come say hello.