12114Re: Dave, hows the knee
- Dec 21, 2005--- In email@example.com, "Dave Womble" <dpwomble@y...>
> It's a good news, bad news situation. I've done a couple of easy
> along creeks and such without mountains in the last couple ofdays, a 4
> miler and a 7 miler. The knee did fine but the 7 miler wore meout.
> I'm thinking of going to the AT and doing a day hike around andover
> Blood Mountain or backpacking up to the GA/NC border and leaving aXmas
> card for Squeaky... but I'm worried if I can make it right now.If you knew his scedual you could surprise him at a road crossing.
Might involve a long wait though...even worse would be to just miss
him and then wait for him.
> Probably get on some exercise machines today and try to get abetter
> assessment of how weak my leg muscles are. The last backpackingtrips
> when I struggled with my knee was tough going, even with my legsthe
> holding up well. It would be a bitch to get a few miles out in
> mountains and find out both my knee and my muscles aren't up tothe
> task. Us guys in particular always trade off trying to see justwhat
> we can do against using good sense and realizing what ourlimitations
> are. When we're younger we favor the 'see just what we can do'but
> when we get older we favor the 'realize what our limitations are'We need to start a gang. I think Crips is already taken (Crips and
> aspect... but heck, I earned my trailname the honorable way.
Bloods)...how bout the walk well, knee swell, he man, hill haters
LOL note the use of hill in place of women form Spankey and the
> Hope your knee doesn't have any serious problem, have you poppedit
> before?Never, but it poped the other day (several days after the initial
pop 10 days ago) while I was walking in the kitchen. Rhonda heard
it from the couch in the LR. She said what was that pop? Onlu it
really didnt hurt or anything this time.
> Davemaybe time to change Youngblood to Woundedknee
> aka Youngblood
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