Looking for a camp spot, listening to this all night will work!
Lunch at my desk
The state Democrats may want to plan their mailings so their flyers don’t arrive 2 weeks after the election.
I saw the ortho today and she asked what I was in for, I said I think I tore my bicep tendon, as I took off my shirt, from 6 feet away she said, “Yep, you sure did.”
Her good news – no surgery
Her bad news – they will do nothing and I will have this ball of tendon forever (I’ll spare you the picture)
At home recuperating and bored… not a good combo for me
I didn’t wake up pain free and was depressed, but it didn’t hurt to walk so I decided to go for a hike.
I wanted something scenic and free, after a quick search I settled on the Dragon’s Tooth. It promised 1.7 miles of easy trail and .7 miles of scrambling, ledges and fun.
I do like Roanoke, a great downtown and plenty to do… hike, mountain bike and at least once a year, race cyclocross….
Saturday’s race: I was racing in the Pro, 1, 2, 3 and 3,4 field that included a former national champion (he lapped me every two laps) but I had a good start and settled in the middle of my field till the first mud section, my bike slide sideways and as I yanked to stay upright I felt a pop in my shoulder and my bicep really hurt. I tried to stretch while racing but every time I had to lift the bike or use my right arm to control the bike I was in pain. Now that I am a Cat 3 I have longer races and this one was 50 mins, I had to debate quitting or riding through the pain… I could tell racing Sunday with this pain was doubtful and was still in the middle of my field, so I rode on. I finished 13th of 19 finishers and once off the bike noticed it looks like I am “flexing” my bicep all the time. I think it is a partial tear of the bicep tendon based on the ball of something in my arm (hopefully I can see an ortho on Monday) or maybe it will go away overnight.
A weekend trip to Roanoke, VA for a weekend of cyclocross. Not my favorite camp spot, but it worked for 2 nights.
1:1 Macro after drilling a mount for my roof rack