Most important part first. On Saturday afternoon, Shoganai crossed the parking lot on her bike with her son Jonathan on the back and it made us all smile. They were so happy. At the Saturday night awards, where Shoganai got an award for being ADVrider's mom of the year, Steverino had the look of a man in love with a remarkable woman: How suddenly and horribly things changed on Sunday morning as they left for home on the East Coast. A nail in Shoganai's rear tire caused the bike to fishtail off the road and throw her and Jonathan down a rocky embankment towards the river. As she bravely tended to Jonathan, Steve said, "The adventure spirit is alive in her and she wants to know why no one is taking photos." So Ms.Chiff and I got our cameras. Ms.Chiff took this one: When Jonathan made it to the gurney, it ripped my heart out to see Shoganai cradling his head and holding his hand, fighting back tears. I was looking at the following shot on the back of my camera and said to Ms.Chiff, "This image will stay with me a long time..." I didn't know Steverino was passing behind me. When he saw it, he let out a gutteral "ugh" and recoiled. Then he asked me not to post the pics until Shogs said okay. I told him they'd stay on my hard drive unless she wanted them posted. Yesterday I got a PM saying, "Shogs says post 'em." She hasn't even seen them. I bow to her. That photo caused me to fight back tears, so I felt awful for inadvertently showing Steve. I could hear him sniffing while he talked to officers, so I asked my camera what he must be going through. Here's the camera's answer: A bunch of us were heading out to ride and take shots, but after Steve, Shogs, and Jonathan left for the hospital, none of us felt like it. You can't imagine how happy we were when Steve returned with great news, that Shogs was good enough to ride home and Jonathan may have broken some ribs but he was going to be fine. We went out riding to celebrate.