Borked knee

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Re: Borked knee

Postby doowyrag » Fri Sep 30, 2016 5:19 pm

I was thinking about you and your knee earlier.

Carry on healing.
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Re: Borked knee

Postby Brian S » Fri Sep 30, 2016 6:14 pm

Andrew_Culture wrote:I've just had my last physio appointment. Things are going well but it's still going to be a couple of months before I can skate without risking making things much worse :(



Glad your making progress, so no skating at all for now, how's any other activity going?
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Re: Borked knee

Postby Andrew_Culture » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:46 am

doowyrag wrote:I was thinking about you and your knee earlier.

Carry on healing.


Thank you, it's a nice thing to hear :)
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Re: Borked knee

Postby Andrew_Culture » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:48 am

Brian S wrote:
Andrew_Culture wrote:I've just had my last physio appointment. Things are going well but it's still going to be a couple of months before I can skate without risking making things much worse :(



Glad your making progress, so no skating at all for now, how's any other activity going?


Cycling is going well. I'm only doing about ten miles a day but my stamina and fitness is improving fast. This will all help when I'm back on four wheels ..-
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Re: Borked knee

Postby Fen » Sat Oct 01, 2016 9:41 am

Been a long time out. Glad to hear it is getting better.
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Re: Borked knee

Postby undertime » Sat Oct 01, 2016 6:22 pm

Agree with Fen, that is a long time no skate Andrew. Better safe than sorry though and looks like you're following instructions from those in the know, rather than rushing back, which has to be the right move.

Looking forward to the triumphant homecoming vid when you're up to it!

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Re: Borked knee

Postby irishlostboy » Sat Oct 01, 2016 8:14 pm

You will be back in action just in time for the darkest crappest season. Yay. Sucks man. I know the feeling. Take it slow and easy coming back in.
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Re: Borked knee

Postby Andrew_Culture » Sun Oct 02, 2016 2:50 pm

Yup, this Indian summer has been wasted on me and my board!
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Re: Borked knee

Postby AWSucks » Sun Nov 06, 2016 11:10 pm

Andrew_Culture wrote:Yup, this Indian summer has been wasted on me and my board!


You guys have Indian summer in England? Maybe now with the Brexit that may go away... :roll:
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Re: Borked knee

Postby GoR64 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 8:22 am

AWSucks wrote:
Andrew_Culture wrote:Yup, this Indian summer has been wasted on me and my board!


You guys have Indian summer in England? Maybe now with the Brexit that may go away... :roll:


That actually took me a minute :lol:
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Re: Borked knee

Postby Andrew_Culture » Mon Nov 07, 2016 9:40 am

AWSucks wrote:
Andrew_Culture wrote:Yup, this Indian summer has been wasted on me and my board!


You guys have Indian summer in England? Maybe now with the Brexit that may go away... :roll:


Nah, that's not how Brexit works. When we leave Europe the U.K. will be towed to new moorings. Hopefully somewhere nearer the equator.
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Re: Borked knee

Postby mjlally » Mon Nov 07, 2016 8:46 pm

Andrew_Culture wrote:
AWSucks wrote:
Andrew_Culture wrote:Yup, this Indian summer has been wasted on me and my board!


You guys have Indian summer in England? Maybe now with the Brexit that may go away... :roll:


Nah, that's not how Brexit works. When we leave Europe the U.K. will be towed to new moorings. Hopefully somewhere nearer the equator.


I think Brexit uses being on a different planet to heat things up rather than trying to move closer to the equator.
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