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Re: Close to home

Posted: Fri May 18, 2012 10:22 am
by tripodtiger
What goes up

needs to come down. But I may have been more considered in the method :wall:

Re: Close to home

Posted: Fri May 18, 2012 10:36 pm
by 1coolbanana
Ha ha, thats a beaut :thumb:

Dance was good too :wink:

Poor Tiger, shes coping a beating aint she! :doh:

Re: Close to home

Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 1:26 pm
by tripodtiger
post script from "a descent'.
at 1:37 I actually fall over. The sidecar has already turned turtle and I'm simply working out how to get it back on 3 sheels. My feet slipped out from under me - steeper and slipperier than it looked.

Anyhow, whilst falling, I gabbed my left elbow onto something.
Simple slip.

On 31st August, the surgeon repaired the torn tendon on my shoulder - and took out the plate from the collarbone I did 18 months earlier.

Today, 6 weeks later, I'm still in a sling. The physio asdvised me that I can now do 'assisted active' movement of my shoulder.

Shit happens so simply.

Of course, if I'd been tucked up at home, reading a book, in my dressing gown and slippers, life would be far less interesting.

:wave: :thumb:

Re: Close to home

Posted: Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:14 pm
by gco0307
Can I add some as well?

Just a few minutes down the road.



Re: Close to home

Posted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 1:00 am
by tripodtiger
Go ahead, please. Oh, you already did. :lolno:

That looks so similar to the forest out near Rankins Springs / Yenda - Cocoparra National Park.