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post #31 of 38
Sorry I missed your visit, Bob.

When my wife was hauling my sorry butt around to this doctor and that so I could get my broken tibia plateau screwed back together, riding in the back seat made me puke every time. Hope your ride went a lot better!!
post #32 of 38

Bob - Hope your surgery went well.  They certainly have your foot and leg secure for the ride home.  Hopefully they gave you some Zofran ODT or a scopolamine patch for any motion sickness.  Do you have any pictures of what they removed from the toe?  Or any other pictures you can share?  When do you start physical therapy? 

post #33 of 38

Get well fast, Bob! 

post #34 of 38

Good luck with the rehab Bob!

post #35 of 38
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Sorry I missed your visit, Bob.
When my wife was hauling my sorry butt around to this doctor and that so I could get my broken tibia plateau screwed back together, riding in the back seat made me puke every time. Hope your ride went a lot better!!

 

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Bob - Hope your surgery went well.  They certainly have your foot and leg secure for the ride home.  Hopefully they gave you some Zofran ODT or a scopolamine patch for any motion sickness.  Do you have any pictures of what they removed from the toe?  Or any other pictures you can share?  When do you start physical therapy? 

 

Thanks for the thoughts.  I guess I'm lucky in this regard because I have never, ever had anything like motion sickness.  My wife can't ride backwards in a gondola (or even a tram) and certainly can't in a car.  It doesn't bother me at all.  Matter of fact, I spent most of the ride reading to her, and apparently reading in the car - frontways or backways - exacerbates motion sickness.  It's just never been a problem for me.

 

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Get well fast, Bob! 

 

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Good luck with the rehab Bob!

 

Thanks, you Montanans.

 

I'm going to write up a thread about the surgery and my experiences so far.  My toe issue is a problem that is fairly prevalent in the population and spending a lot of time in ski boots doesn't exactly help it.  

 

When I post the thread, I'll put a link in this thread.

 

Thanks everybody.  So far, so good. 

post #36 of 38

Glad to hear you are doing well Bob, keep it up!

post #37 of 38

You're right about the red coats Bob...wow...something has to change for next season.  I had to think if anyone else had a white helmet before I could be sure of the pic.

 

Funny, but just on the other side of A-Basin a bunch of us had road cycled as part of the Epic MDay weekend, getting caught in a snow fall as we're going downhill.  Wild weather!

 

Great skiing with you, Ruthie and the entire gang.  Get well...we'll make a visit to JH.   

post #38 of 38

Just had a random thought pop in my head. You skied on May 1st before surgery, will you be able to get out before June 30th or is the famous Bob Peters month over month ski streak about to end?

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