Briefly, I am feeling better after using Humira. Still hurt, blah, blah, blah, but I am feeling like working out with weights, walking, working is not as hard on me plus since switching 3 weeks ago, I have made two 200+ mile rides. The down side is that I now have a sinus and ear infection so no MTX or Humira this week. It's bad when you're disappointed that you can't give yourself a shot! That first one at the rheumatologist hurt like a big dawg. The thought of having to take another injection of Humira was about as exciting as a girl finding out she had a blind date with Joran van der Sloot. After a couple of injection tips, my last injection did not hurt much at all.
Had a great 207 mile ride this last week. Rather than talk about it, I'll let some photos do the talking.
Too many trails ... too little time.
Making adjustments while waiting on Tim.
Swimming hole that not very many people ever see.
View of one of the mountains we rode.
Darel moving down a trail.
Stopped to eat at Belleville diner ... food was excellent.
Old barn at Belleville.
Spring Lake Dam. Hand laid stone built in the 20's.
Tim and Randall walking across the top of the dam.
Got caught in a severe thunderstorm just before getting to the top
of Mount Magazine (highest point in Arkansas).
We took shelter in a pavilion at the top of Mount Magazine.
We had 155 miles in at this point with a lot of good riding ahead. However, my camera batteries committed suicide leaving the rest of my ride to be remembered by my febile little brain.