bad news for me

Hi Wayne

rock climbing on a uni, now that >is< totally hardcore :sunglasses: , sorry to
(hear/read, whatever) that you are damaged, hope you heal quickly. you’ll have
to put extensions on the crutches to stilt walk…maybe.

Trev

----- Original Message ----- From: Wayne van Wijk <wvanwijk@gil.com.au> To:
unicycle mail list <unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: 02 January 2000 23:19
Subject: bad news for me

> After a rock climbing incident* yesterday I am not allowed to unicycle (or
> stiltwalk, rock climb, etc.) until my ankle heals. As I have damaged the
> ligaments this could take a while. I am allowed to hobble around on
crutches
> though. Gee, what fun.
>
>
> Wayne van Wijk wvanwijk@gil.com.au
>
> juggle meetings in Australia www.go.to/juggle.aust
>
> ------------------------------------------
> *incident = a 5 metre fall, ending with my soft foot making a big bang on
a
> hard rock ledge).
>

After a rock climbing incident* yesterday I am not allowed to unicycle (or
stiltwalk, rock climb, etc.) until my ankle heals. As I have damaged the
ligaments this could take a while. I am allowed to hobble around on crutches
though. Gee, what fun.

Wayne van Wijk wvanwijk@gil.com.au

juggle meetings in Australia www.go.to/juggle.aust


*incident = a 5 metre fall, ending with my soft foot making a big bang on a hard
rock ledge).

RE: bad news for me

> *incident = a 5 metre fall, ending with my soft foot making a big bang on a
> hard rock ledge).

Ouch. I think I’ll stick to unicycling. Then, if I fall off a ledge, I’ll at
least have a unicycle to keep me company on the way down…

May your ankle heal swiftly, and not be as gross as Gregory Poche’s injury.

John Foss, the Uni-Cyclone (reply to jfoss@unicycling.com)
http://www.unicycling.com

“I have more scar tissue on my knees than skin.” - Brett “Bloodman” Bymaster in
a TV interview

Re: bad news for me

Wayne,

> After a rock climbing incident* yesterday I am not allowed to unicycle (or
> stiltwalk, rock climb, etc.) until my ankle heals. As I have damaged the
> ligaments this could take a while. I am allowed to hobble around on crutches
> though. Gee, what fun.

You are hurting the wrong limbs, you should do your arms then you are allowed to
ride. If you have a cast on it you don’t even need to wear wrist guards!

Roger