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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Cuttle, Mar 29, 2017.
Normal is overrated
No point in doing shit halfway.
@Cochese checking out the view.
cleanerman. Go Green-RECYCLE CONGRESS
Chris says hello!
See if you can take that Cryo cuff home with you.
Best ice therapy.
I don't think it's on his leg
I got the most stuff finally unloaded (can't move that damn tent by myself). Maybe I just let it overwinter in the van and we do that winter camp-out we never made happening last year...
Perhaps get Desmo one of those sled-dog contraptions? Or rope to the hack and twist the throttle (don't forget to set up the video camera first...
hmmm, you are on to something.
DezMo is too slow (he can carry a little keg around the neck), but the other two would make a good skijoering team
First surgery down and one more to repair reconstruct my ACL and other tendons. Doc was able to salvage most of my lateral and medial malleolus. My injury to ride ratio is not very favorable at the moment...
Really freak accident. Seems the same bear that the was the culprit in @Kenny Arrowood's demise had migrated east to the Smoky Mountains and got me. Fucking bear.
I missed hanging out with you all. I Will be back up and going by January. Cheers
The Cryo cuff is mine to keep for a "cool" $120 and worth every penny! Now I just need to get the other cuffs, ankle, hip, shoulder, penis, etc.
I have :
You're not sure your u have a penis? Or that it's ever been 'worked on'?? Either way, not so bueno.
yeah, but when do I have my riding buddy back????
I am running out of men. All ya'll have something wrong... broken bikes, knees, ...
Doubt I will be back on the bikes until late winter or early spring. Guess I will be you monkey.
Deal, you'll make a good monkey....
Note to self: Don't ride with Cuttle.
riding with me is fine... the issues seem to appear when they go without me, but I may find them on the road all banged up (cough, cough @_anatic)
It has not been a good year for motorcycle injuries.