Re: [backpackgeartesters] Problem? Piggyback Rider
- Thanks Kathy. Sounds good. Her doctor prescribed "lots of ice cream to
heal her bones" so I don't think we could get out of it if we tried. She is
my cautious child so it's surprising to me that this happened to her. But
she's on the mend now and seems to be feeling a lot better. We'll continue
testing as soon as the cast comes off.
On Sun, Jul 31, 2011 at 4:07 PM, Kathy Waters <kathy@...>wrote:
> Poor baby! Hope she is on the mend quickly. (Ice cream never hurts!)
> I'd say, go ahead with the test. Write your FR with nice details about your
> one hike, mention the boo-boo and when the LTR phase comes (or your rider is
> deemed fit for it), get the rest of the testing in, ok?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Jennifer Pope
> To: backpackgeartesters
> Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2011 1:58 PM
> Subject: [backpackgeartesters] Problem? Piggyback Rider
> So my "rider" broke her arm yesterday. It's likely that after about a
> week she probably *could* ride on the Piggyback rider again but I have
> a feeling the Piggyback Rider people probably wouldn't prefer it and
> it certainly wouldn't be fair to them if she did fall off. The cast
> is only supposed to be on for 3-5 weeks. I have 1 hike in with it
> already but due to the timing I probably won't get another one in
> during the FR period. Or it might come off right before the end of
> the FR period (dates haven't been set yet). The LTR should have full
> normal testing. Is this OK, or should I send this to another tester?
> Jen P.
> P.S. It's a very minor break and she's expected to heal fine. She
> was trying to reach something on the top of her play kitchen and fell
> on her arm in the just the worst way possible. She's doing fine now
> that it's in a cast and not moving. Just tired from being up until
> 3:30 AM in the ER.
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