MoapaPk wrote:I've seen a guy on a giant skateboard going down rte 168 CA, from below Westgard Pass to just outside Big Pine. He was supine, feet first, and passed us as we were driving down to Big Pine, past the one-way section. On a day when it was 95 in the valley, he was wearing a helmet, big boots, and a winter coat. He passed several cars, and pulled off the road to the left below 5000', in front of oncoming traffic. I wonder if he is still alive.
Clydascope wrote:Just “Got In” yesterday from a 1,400 mile motorcycle ride in Baja, Mexico. We visited some of the most remote wilderness I have ever seen, ever, anywhere.
fossana wrote:Good to hear your recovery is progressing, Chris. I'm debating whether to buy a smaller, more off-road oriented bike. Got more pics from your Baja trip? Sounds like fun.
Clydascope wrote:It’s been over 35 year since I first stood on a summit and about four weeks since I last stood on a summit.
The desire is stronger than the body these days - two new hips in two years slowed me down a bit.
I want to thank Laura for teaching me how to walk again, twice. It involved much more than just walking – Thank Laura!
Although it’s been an uphill grind – literally at times – I’m coming back.
My recovery has included many walks in some obscure places of the Eastern Sierra and one small summit. I have managed to get out quite a bit even if it’s not the high peaks.
Just “Got In” yesterday from a 1,400 mile motorcycle ride in Baja, Mexico. We visited some of the most remote wilderness I have ever seen, ever, anywhere.
Can’t wait to strap the skis on again!
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