- Wish I lived in CO
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Climb UP Pike's peak by any of the routes, then take the train or some other vehicle transportation DOWN.
Obviously I realize you would much rather have your knee not hurt. If you're not satisfied with your progress later on, just maybe the dumb idea above might have some credibility. Might be good for a hike or two anyway. Also Evans could apply. Getting a little more adventurous, skiing, glissading, or even sledding possibilities may as well exist depending upon what you would like to or be daring to do.
What part of Michigan are you in? I'm in Bay City. If your close enough we could meet up to share pics and stories.
Noooooo! Say it ain't so. Aren't we supposed to be invincible? 50 is the new 17, or something like that.
Wish and hobo
Lived in frankenmuth 5 yrs, had to move when they closed the brewery.
- Fred North
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- catfish hank
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and you got the stock market beat.
And the man worth while is the man who can smile
when his shorts are tight in the seat... Smails.
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Well, I've been quite stressed these last few months with another series of "life challenges." And I'm inclined to think all this contributed to my difficulties. There's no easy solution, I don't think, but being aware of possible causes and modifying everything that might bring improvement, seems like a sensible strategy.
So, maybe I can make plans for another Colorado summer after all!
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