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Old 04-27-2004   #11
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greg...bummer about the reinjury. Sure hope it doesn't mess with this season of paddling. Keep us posted.


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Old 04-27-2004   #12
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I will know more after the MRI but the doc thinks I have torn the pec major loose at this point. Pisses me off. I worked very hard during the offseason to mend it. After the MRI I may get a second opinion from Dr. Abbott in Vail. Everyone seems to think very highly of him. Real tired of this problem coming back and the worst possible times.

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Old 04-27-2004   #13
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Hey Greg - Sorry to hear you tweeked it again - you've been dealing with that for a while now.n I am suppose to have surgery in July but I am holding off 'til next year when I can afford it. I saw two orthos before I really knew what was going on - Dr. Hawkins is awesome in Vail. When you make an appt give me a call and you and Theresa are more than welcome to stay. Keep me posted.
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Old 04-27-2004   #14
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Funny...I was in Arkansas last week finishing up the conceptual plan we put together for the Ouachita Whitewater Improvements and all of the guys from the Canoe Club were showing me their video of all your creeks out there. Of course while I was there no paddling at all, the Ouachita was only 300cfs or so. So I get home and we are skiing on the same storm that rained all over you all. I turned on CNN after skiing three feet of pow on Saturday and see photos of flooded houses in Arkansas.

Damm, all I know is the next time I travel to Arkansas I am timing it better. Have fun.
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Old 04-28-2004   #15
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Mike, I was at the ACC chapter meeting last night and heard about the great presentation you did on selling the ideas to the locals. Good on you! Rockport has alot of potential. Not bragging but I was the one who first started using the area back in 1980 when I started slalom racing and I used the old bridge to hang some practice gates. I spent the better part of the 80s there putting blisters on my fingers.

Yea, we need some paddlers from CO here when it rains like that. Obviously, we are proud of our creeks and rivers and we love showing them off to others who can appreciate it. I was with Lance (Lazer) over this past week chasing creeks. We are part of the same band of to speak.

Sorry I haven't made it down to Malvern when you've been here. I am also a avid bicycler and ride alot when we don't have creeks to run. But, I do try to get down to Rockport at least once per week during summer. Sure hope to meet ya sometime.

Again, thanks for professional services you are providing for us!


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