Adam Davies Recovering

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 8th, 2009

Adam Davies, Orang Pendek expedition leader, sends along this message:

“Hi Loren. I have just got out of hospital, and am recovering at home from the dysentery-like condition the jungle caught me with. I am pumped full of antibiotics, but I will make a full recovery fairly soon. I have taken the opportunity to read Cryptomundo, and I want to thank everyone who sent messages wishing me well. It really cheered me up!”

Received October 8, 2009 3:15:13 AM EDT

Get well, quick, Adam!!


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14 Responses to “Adam Davies Recovering”

  1. dogu4 responds:

    Get well

  2. Fhqwhgads responds:

    Deo gratias!

  3. jtmkryptos responds:

    get well,

    no offense, but don’t they give you shots before entering these sort of tropical places.

  4. sluggo responds:

    good to hear you are feeling better…hope you can give us the full story of your adventure soon.

  5. JMonkey responds:

    Get well soon and happy hunting.

  6. cryptidsrus responds:

    Glad to hear he is well again.

    Drop on by sometime, Adam, and tell us what “happened.”

    Good news. Good time. 🙂

  7. paranomalist responds:

    Hey Adam – Good to hear you’re on the mend. Patrick was kind enough to just email me with the update from Mr. Coleman and I just sent you an email. Hope to catch up soon. Call you.
    – John C

  8. Spinach Village responds:

    Go Adam!

  9. fossilhunter responds:

    Greetings Adam!
    Apa kabar? Watch out for those Indonesian bugs!! I (and 27 friends) got an internal bug just before leaving Indonesia in 1979. Yikes. I spent the first two and a half months I was back (start of my Senior year in High School) with a mental map of where the nearest bathrooms were!
    Salamat pagi! (and salamat jalan, as appropriate!)

  10. norman-uk responds:

    Pleased to learn you are on the mend Adam, This is your third hazard that I am aware of including tigers, earthquakes.

    With others from earlier expeditions would make a good computer game. Keep smiling, you are a volunteer!

  11. aRNIe001 responds:

    Good huntin, Keep on truckn!!

    ——-jtmkryptos responds:

    October 8th, 2009 at 9:20 am
    get well,

    no offense, but don’t they give you shots before entering these sort of tropical places.

    They had mentiond it was an unknown strain, so who knows, maybe he did get some shots, course they would’nt have been so effective if it was UNKNOWN.

  12. timi_hendrix responds:

    Get well Adam! We wish you the best.

  13. Ceroill responds:

    Good to hear you’re back at home. Wishes for a fast recovery, man.

  14. growltiger responds:

    Good to hear you are on the mend

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