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in: PG; PG > 2020-02-04

Feb 4, 2020 10:51 PM # 
You were moving quite a bit better than I was on Sunday.

I also fell on that steep hillside on the way to #2: right foot slipped out on leaves and I landed hard on my butt. Fortunately, I avoided the disaster that can happen in that kind of fall where the other leg get crunched at the knee.
Feb 5, 2020 1:21 AM # 
I had the advantage of having a target time. :-)

Both my feet seemed to lose all traction at the same moment. Or at least both feet went shooting up in the air. So no risk of crunching a knee.

Now, having just returned from sitting at a school committee meeting for a couple of hours, the back feels remarkably good. Though I doubt there's any cause/effect there.
Feb 5, 2020 1:25 AM # 
Wow, you chose sitting for hours at a school committee meeting over rollerblading??
Um, good for you, I guess.
Feb 5, 2020 1:28 AM # 
I'd say good for me for sure as far as no rollerblading. I've done enough damage to myself over the years already.
Feb 5, 2020 1:29 AM # 
Also, good for the school system to have you involved.
But rollerblading is fun.
Feb 5, 2020 3:10 PM # 
If memory serves, rollerblading was how Ian Smith broke his leg(!).

However, rollerblading in February seems wrong. In Massachusetts, this should be the time for ice skating.
Feb 5, 2020 3:36 PM # 
I used to really like rollerblading, but it's been about 20 years now. Ratlum is not a good place to start again.
Feb 5, 2020 4:57 PM # 
Compared to the Vine, for sure. I imagine there are people who could handle the Devil's Elbow on inline skates, but they're a rare breed.
Feb 5, 2020 5:09 PM # 
Jess was pretty good in her rollerblading heyday. Not sure about the elbow, but she was quite competent about going up and down the driveway.
Feb 5, 2020 5:11 PM # 
And as far as the lavender tresses, we got a chance to encounter them at Anza a few weeks back. Quite a fine look.

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