I have been hurting quite a bit, but hope to feel some relief this week. I finished up a round of antibiotics last Sunday, so I have not been able to take my RA drugs for the last two weeks. While I am in an elevated state of pain, it is not unbearable pain. It hurts to sit, stand, walk, lay down, it takes very little for my hands and fingers to start hurting ... oh and raising my arms over shoulder high is out right now. Other than that, I feel pretty good. I will take my MTX and a Humira injection this week so hopefully by the weekend I will be feeling normal again. On second thought, I don't know what normal feels like any longer, I hope to be feeling semi-normal by the weekend.
Most people learn by observation, and there are the few who learn by experimentation. And then there are those, like me, who actually TOUCH the fire to see if it's really hot.
My leg is healing up nicely now. If anyone ever offers to bead blast your leg ... just say no. Ok, no, I didn't just stick my leg out there and say, "Hey, let's see what that baby can do on some skin". Long story, don't ask, but it is going to leave a cool scar.
Randall and I are mapping out some cool rides for this fall. One is a 20 minute ferry ride, on Bull Shoals Lake, that leaves the shore in Arkansas and lands in Missouri. Another is riding out to explore a ghost town. We have a couple of other rides in the works as well, just waiting for the weather to cool down a bit.
View from the Peel ferry on Bull Shoals Lake.
Fellow ADV rider entering the ghost town of Rush.