How I missed this RR......I do not know
Thanks for coming back with updates even thou some of them must have been painful!
Fantastic attitude, humour, photography (the bike/landscape parts anyways - your medical photography skills need some work thou) and perseverance!
Yes, I would agree that the bike and sense of exploration is in your blood! Kudos!
I have one question that you may not be able answer, but I thought I would ask anyways for your thoughts:
Looking back, did you ever try thinking through what actually caused the lower leg damage?
Yes, I know a spill happens in milli-seconds, but in all the time you spent in the hospital bed, did you ever care to try and figure it out?
The reason I ask (this seemingly stupid, irrelevant (and possibly insensitive question)) is that I have had several discussions with other riders about the pros and cons of indestructible aluminum panniers and lower leg/foot injuries always seem to be part of that discussion(??).