Friday, May 2, 2014

First ride of the Year

It was short. I went nowhere important. But it was good! :)


Hope I get more than one ride in this year!


12 comments:

  1. Woohoo! Nice to be able to get out again!

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  2. I know that road, great road.Good for you.

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  3. Glad you got a ride in....now rack up them miles! :)

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  4. Hooray for your first ride of the year. I am sure you'll get more than one. Nice to see Sam out in the wild.

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  5. Kari:

    I hope that it's the first of many rides. I can nearly see your smile

    bob
    A weekend photographer or Riding the Wet Coast

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  6. Good to see you back on the road. Ride safe, and try to ride often, even if it is just a short trip around the block.

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  7. Well that was short lived...
    Back in the hospital. Same old, same old ... fever, infection, the antibiotic of the day, and much begging to set us free we promise to scoot straight to the clinic and our regular team. We're at OHSU this time. Her Dr. here knows her primary oncologist and everyone is working on the logistics of getting her back to Seattle. Either an ambulance trip (yuck!) or just let us drive.

    As for riding, it was great to be back on the bike. A little rusty, a little slow, but overall it felt good. :)

    Thanks for all the well wishes and happy thoughts. I hope I get a few rides in this summer. Some nice short local rides would be just the ticket for reaquainting myself with riding

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  8. Dang, sorry to hear that the infection is back, but at least things appear to be working out in terms of paperwork and logistics? Hope its not something major.

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  9. Things do seem to be working well. The team here and up in Seattle are in agreement that she get back to Seattle for followup treatment, they're getting the details worked out, etc. Hopefully heading back tomorrow.

    Infections are potentially life threatening for her, but with all the medical interventions these days they have mostly been minor annoyances only. She's feeling really good, but gets impatient being stuck in the hospital.

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  10. Kari:

    so sorry to hear but I hope that you are able to drive her yourself but do it the safest way. Hope it is nothing serious

    fingers crossed xox

    bob
    A weekend photographer or Riding the Wet Coast

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  11. I hope this passes quickly and not turn into something extremely serious.

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