Thanks Roger! I'm glad to hear your back is feeling better! I could tell you were a little down at cor.. You seemed much happier at camp eating great food, drinking quality vino and conversing with everyone, then you did when we were talking to you in the shade at Breadloaves..
What was the procedure? I know a few things about broken backs unfortunately being fused from t-12 to l4.
Fritz- Thanks!! We did get a little wet that day didn't we.... Nothing major though, and we still got out the next day!
You are awesome Fritz! Thank you for such a warm welcome, your hospitality, and the effort to put this all together!! It really made it an amazing experience!
Yeah Wayno. Real cool area. A little more rustic out there. Twin cracks was a little dusty... Nothing by Squamish standards though! Lol
Em has ovaries for that!! I wish i had of got a photo of her doing it!
Wow! What an awesome group of fun loving friends! This should become an annual event!
Mike- I had a very extreme prolotherapy procedure on some ligaments deep inside my pelvis--ones which maintain correct alignment of the pelvis with the spine, as well as holding the sacrum in place so the SI joints "stay put." It required an injection deep into the ligaments using a 4" long fine gauge needle to inject powdered pumice in normal saline plus lidocaine to accomplish. I could barely walk for nearly 2 weeks afterwards, but am really feeling great for now. The cause of the problem was when I fell from one of my farm implements over year ago, and landed far too hard on my left leg which tore and stretched the ligament on the left side. Ugh! At least it's semi-permanently fixed (for now).
Check out: http://www.prolotherapy.com. The article on "The Biochemistry of Prolotherapy" in the menu was written by one of my old climbing partners from Boulder.