As luck would have it, Charcot's Foot has caught up with me. The bones in my right foot are separating. It behooves (no pun intended) one to seek a early solution when possible, as the alternative is quite unpleasant.
The treatment is to put a cast on the afflicted foot and compress all the foot bones, over time, until the bones fuse into one big bone and walking is normal again...hopefully. My getting around King Township and further afield will be slowed by a cast (see photo) that I may have to wear for up to a year. This blogsite (Camera on King) and my other blogsite (Barry the Birder) may become less frequent, as my mobility is reduced. My intention is to carry on blogging, however, and I hope you will continue to look me up now and then. Have a great summer everyone.
if you wish.
Photo by Linda Wallace