The Washington Post reports that Charlie Daniels, the famous country music fiddler, had a stroke while snowmobiling in Colorado. He blames the stroke on his high blood pressure. It sounds like he didn't have it under control. The story is interesting for its description of how he was treated - basically, he was lucky he was near a local hospital that had tPA and that he was then able to get a plane to Denver. It doesn't sound Colorado has a stroke strategy.