Well well... Thanks to the "victims" helpers... All went really good. Class act with Drew/Patrick/Dave and others that helped. Not sure what my helmet looks like, but I can sure tell you that there were "Stars" in the sky of the Big T at 2:30 in the afternoon after that whack. I am really glad I didn't swim with the potential of a neck injury... paddled to shore with Dave's guidance, and hung onto some reeds as Dave and Patrick got me out of my boat.
All came back good with the spinal pictures, and beyond a fairly sore neck, I am 80% today. REALLY glad that I didn't go to Loveland hospital, what a hassle that would have been.
Love that statement Patrick "If your gonna be stupid... you better be tough"... laughing my ass off. Speaking of that... I may be good to go for a run on Thursday if she holds up?
Big T is by far the least discussed river/creek around... I guess it's cause it doesn't run all the time, but damn howdy its a super fun time. Just don't roll! The fact is, I probably could have braced out of it, but saw another ledgey holl thing coming up and figured I would right myself quicker from a snappy roll. HA HA (as the bully from Simpsons would say)... Not this time dumb shit.
Get out there and get after it! Big T is good to go.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body. But rather...To skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming... WOW !!!! What a ride!!!!!!"