Easing On Down The Road, Week 9, Virtual Tevis 2022


Awareness of the outside world. Medscape: ‘Great Optimism’ Over Complete Responses in dMMR Rectal Cancer, Harrison, June 05, 2022. Many caveats, but I’m told this level of result *never* happens.


Total. 57 miles, 31 rides, 25 hours 6 minutes, pace 26:25 min/mile.

This week. 1 mile, 1 ride, 25 minutes, pace – walk.

To go. 43 miles in 41 40 days. We are officially behind the curve. Update, corrected for date of post rather than date of draft.


How to ride with a swollen foot. [Bored]

Take an jod boot that is out-of-service due to a blowout between the upper and the sole. Cut out zipper. Insert foot. Close with duct tape. It is on days like this that I feel vindicated for never throwing anything away.

[Delay of Game, Week 8, Virtual Tevis 2022]
[VT archives]


4 thoughts on “Easing On Down The Road, Week 9, Virtual Tevis 2022

  1. Keeping things…I had an old service dog vest of Ewoyn’s that she hadn’t been able to use for years because the straps came loose. Don’t know why I kept it. Then, she got a new winter jacket and I was able to cut the words ‘service dog’ from the unusable vest and glue them to her new jacket. Some things just need to wait a while to be needed.

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