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Based on your pics, PD, your plant has a least a couple viable eyes/nodes. May take a while but definitely salvageable. I would remove the soft, papery sheaths (like the one by your thumb nail in the last pic). They should slide/peel right off in their present condition. Doing so may expose a couple other dormant nodes. With catts, exposing such nodes to light can act as a stimulous for them to being growing.
"Blessed are the cracked….
For they are the ones who let in the light."
Cool. I have already prepared a gallon ziplock with some lfs, soaked it for a couple of hours, wrung it out best as I could and put the plant it. Will remove the sheaths and monitor. Some of my orchids are sulking in the garage waiting for warmer weather, though a couple of Oncidiums could not seem to be happier. Another, Sharry Baby is slowly dropping leaves as they turn yellow.