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On the trail again!

Friday, November 18, 2011

Yesterday the physical therapist gave me my walking papers. YIPPEE! Still supposed to avoid riding up big hills, but otherwise, if it don't hurt I can do it. So we took the bikes up to the Chief Ladiga trail and went for a ride. It was WINDY!!! Only did 21 miles, and the knee did good, but was a bit sore this morning.

Today we took the dog for a short hike on our mountain bike trail. Got cut it shorter than originally planned, but got in about 3 1/2 miles. I have to work all day tomorrow, so decided to spare the knee. It feels good to be almost back to normal again.

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CEB2007 2/24/2012 7:37PM

    Sounds like you're doing great.

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KRISLEEB 11/21/2011 4:24PM

    I am so happy for you!!! Congrats! Don't over-do though!!!!

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GCHUNG 11/20/2011 1:05PM

    Only 21 miles...... If I could do 21 miles I'd be jumping up for joy!... Great job.

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BEVPRESLEY 11/19/2011 10:40PM

    Thanks everyone. I can't use my clipless pedals yet, so I have flats on for a while longer. We avoided hills by riding a rails to trails trail. But I am happy to be back on my bike.

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KA_JUN 11/19/2011 3:54PM

    Great news, indeed! Glad to hear you're back on the rig!

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COLEENCOLE 11/19/2011 11:01AM

    What I want to know is how you avoided hills? Aren't you in mountain territory? But glad you have mended well.

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CARLANNIE 11/19/2011 10:44AM

    On the road again - yahoo you!

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BILL60 11/19/2011 7:51AM

    Welcome back!!

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