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  1. #26
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    Knee caddy (scooter) for the win.


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    I gotta add the wading koozie to the list. $5 at sierra trading. Game changer.

  3. #28
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    Donít show that to my wife. Lol. Wading koozie seems legit. Gonna look into that.
    Quote Originally Posted by t-the-east View Post
    I love the picture of the guy mowing his lawn with it. On a slope no less. That canít be as enjoyable as it looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    The neuro surgeon who recently fused my broken spine was on one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    The neuro surgeon who recently fused my broken spine.
    Wait a sec - when/how did you break your back?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgb@etree View Post

    Oh, there is one thig you definitely need - a hospital urinal bottle so you don't have to get up to take a piss in the middle of the night. Greatest invention ever. I'd still have one if the Mrs would tolerate it.
    this would be a pretty subtle way to end a relationship
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  7. #32
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    "the urinal bottle between us" sounds like a good book, lol . Mom is cool and she put an old bucket outside the sliding door so I can pee on the patio.
    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    this would be a pretty subtle way to end a relationship

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Wait a sec - when/how did you break your back?
    Slide/tumble for life down Chute 75 back in February. 5 feet of fresh and I found the only ice in a hundred miles--the chut had slide down to an ice layer for a long way down.

    As a result I have some experience with the urinal--the trick is to not piss yourself, especially if you use it lying down (make sure not to let the piss run back out of the bottle) and if you tend to dribble. Also, do not mistake it for a telephone as a patient of mine once did.

  9. #34
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    How's your recovery going, OG?

  10. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    Slide/tumble for life down Chute 75 back in February. 5 feet of fresh and I found the only ice in a hundred miles--the chut had slide down to an ice layer for a long way down.
    Holy crap! What all did you break?
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  11. #36
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    T3 burst, 14 rib fractures, minor acetabular fracture. Some transverse process fractures, a lower down compression fracture (might have been old). But hey, I didn't bash my brains in or break my neck, everything works that worked before. Bummer missing 1/2+ of a great ski season. I'm pretty close to being back to baseline, not that baseline is great--given my age and all. I did manage to lose a couple of inches in height.

  12. #37
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    Holy shit. That is pretty gnarly. T3 burst is no joke. You get flown out?
    "If you're gonna be dumb, you gotta be tough."

  13. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    T3 burst, 14 rib fractures, minor acetabular fracture. Some transverse process fractures, a lower down compression fracture (might have been old). But hey, I didn't bash my brains in or break my neck, everything works that worked before. Bummer missing 1/2+ of a great ski season. I'm pretty close to being back to baseline, not that baseline is great--given my age and all. I did manage to lose a couple of inches in height.
    Woah! Saw your comments about rib Fx but had no idea about the rest. That’s not something you ski away from. Happy to hear you are coming out the other end.

    A good friend of Kidwoo’s broke all transverse processes on all thoracic vertebrae- scars on his back looks like a zipper
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