Now I’m being carried off to the Terrace Kitimat Airport, in a Ambulance, strapped to a bed with wire attached everywhere. I know I was getting a “1000 Mics of Nitro” in my IV. they kept looking that. But is was still very stormy, so the Chief Pilot waited a few minutes for the storm to pass, so we could leave. They squeezed me onto the aircraft, and locked me in. I could not move my legs I was in their so tight. Now, I am off to Vancouver.
Two Hours later, we landed at YVR, and Another Ambulance took me away to the hospital. I got there around noon. Off to the third floor to nowhere, here we go. I got into my new home for the next four days, into a bigger bed, much more comfy, but more wire attached to me, making sleep next to impossible, and sharing it with three other patients. StPaul’s Hospital is a very old building, However, their staff are top notch. They were awesome. they made sure I was taken care of. I give them an “A+” Now I’m in Vancouver, kind of freaking out at what is going on. I have no contact numbers, and I can’t dial out long distance, using their phones, so my advice, TAKE YOUR SMART PHONE WITH YOU. They offer free WIFI, so you can texted out. they never gave me that one the brochure, I had nothing with me. However, one of the nurses did get me a phone that I could and talked to Suz., The next morning is “Stint,” day.