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post #3672 of (permalink) Old 03-29-2013, 11:10 AM
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Man, it's been a beautiful run of days here for super late season riding.

I'm taking the girls up to Crystal tomorrow and the more I think about it the more tempted I am to bring my board and do some mild runs. I'm not asking advice, I know everyone would (and should) say not to do it. I'm just sayin, I'm tempted.

Tomorrow is 11 weeks since the injury. For normal breaks that's PLENTY of time but I just dunno about the burst fracture. They told me 5 months. I feel fine for the most part but I haven't tested it or pushed it..

I wish I could have a test done that would tell me if it's past the point where damage could be done or if it's still touch and go.

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