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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: randii] #886538 06/08/08 01:00 AM
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Body Damage is Cool
I got to push my clutch in for the first time yesterday and man did it feel good. I'm feeling it today though. It feels like I went 10 rounds with Mike Tyson throwing nothing but body shots at me! Amazing when they cut your entire ab muscles and how much you actually work them out driving a really short distance. Still can't lift anything much heavier than my computer key board. Had my first soda yesterday and it was like liquid gold, man it tasted good after drinking nothing but water and poweraide over the last month. Already planning my next trip (Colorado) as long as I can take the jarring I'm there in August, high gas prices or not.

Down to 182 lbs as well from 217, what a way to lose weight.

Thanks for all the kind words.


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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: Paddler] #886539 06/08/08 06:11 AM
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Jeff Mason Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Jeff -

Good to see that you are getting better - see you in August!


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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: Jonesy] #886540 06/11/08 04:05 AM
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DAMN JUST SAW THIS..........

glad to hear you are OK Jeff............best wishes for a speedy recovery.


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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: matthew] #886541 06/13/08 10:07 PM
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Body Damage is Cool
Thanks man, good days and bad days, still a few hurdles to go over. I went out today to cut my grass so I wouldn't have to watch my old lady do it..................BAD MISTAKE! I'm going to fill this one for at least a few days.


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Some people wait a life time for their ship to sail in, while others simple grab the oars and begin paddling
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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: Paddler] #886542 06/21/08 06:14 PM
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Body Damage is Cool
I'm back to work, it's discomforting but tolerable. Probably running at about 30% right now. If I had stayed home another day I would of had a major pysch bill to add to all the rest. Man I can't stand sitting at home doing nothing. O'and I can cut about half my grass before it starts kicking my butt.


PS: Man this board has been quiet lately


1995 Honda Passport;
Some people wait a life time for their ship to sail in, while others simple grab the oars and begin paddling
Yours truely
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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: Paddler] #886543 06/21/08 09:40 PM
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Glad to hear you are doing alot better. Just dont push trying to do too much.


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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: Gizzy42] #886544 06/22/08 01:29 AM
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I hear ya on staying home, daytime TV is pretty worthless that's for sure.

Hang in there man, hard to do much when your core muscles have been compromised...it'll come eventually.



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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: BigSwede] #886545 04/21/09 12:47 AM
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Paddler, glad to hear you're going to be alright, hang in there. What is it... Slow but sure wins the race? I hope you make your planned run to Colorado and are sticking with what you enjoy.


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Re: Paddler injured in Moab this weekend. [Re: FSJ1978] #886546 04/22/09 08:26 PM
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Paddler, glad to hear you're going to be alright, hang in there. What is it... Slow but sure wins the race? I hope you make your planned run to Colorado and are sticking with what you enjoy.



Man, you must of went down a few floors in the basement to dig in the archives. Thanks for the thought, but this happened nearly a year ago dude.


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Some people wait a life time for their ship to sail in, while others simple grab the oars and begin paddling
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