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Thread: I won't be placing or checking my caches this winter.

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    Default I won't be placing or checking my caches this winter.

    Totaled car, shattered heel bone, awesome shiner from the airbag slamming my hand into my eye. LOL The car hit a huge rock, flipped up in the air, barrel rolled and came down on the drivers side facing the rock. I put all the pictures on my LaughingTerry facebook. I will know Friday if I have to have surgery. I am OK but sitting around all the time sucks big time.


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    Oh my word!
    Glad you are ok. Don't hesitate to ask here for help with your caches, I am sure we can find people to help.
    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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    Sheesh! I'll bet "Laughing Terry" isn't laughing right now...

    Get well soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Don't hesitate to ask here for help with your caches, I am sure we can find people to help.
    Count me in if you need any thing checked or fixed down around the Augusta/Waterville area. Hope you're back up and caching soon!
    Never argue with an idiot, they’ll drag you down to their level and beat you through experience.
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    Okay, that hurt, but thank goodness you "walked" away from that. Take care of yourself, and of course, I'd be happy to help you with your caches.

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    Was the rock "Right in Plain View" ?? Have a speedy recovery and hope to see you hobbling on the trail this coming spring.
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    Well, really glad to hear that you're basically ok. Good luck on Friday!
    Everyone has the right to be an idiot at times. Just don't abuse the privilege.

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    Uhhh......ya' gotta' find people who can find his caches......

    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Don't hesitate to ask here for help with your caches, I am sure we can find people to help.
    Everyone has the right to be an idiot at times. Just don't abuse the privilege.

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    Yeah have a speedy recovery for sure. So what is your facebook name? Just typed in LaughTerry and nothing came up.
    Just smile it won't crack your face

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    Actually I was laughing with the cop and help that stopped before the ambulance got there, laughing in the ambulance with the EMT, laughing at the hospital with the nurses, and a couple days later laughing at the Drs office too. The EMT was amazed at how normal my blood pressure was just minutes after the crash and that I was laughing and telling stories instead of crying and moaning in pain.

    The rock was definitely "right in Plain Sight" and I got a real good look at it as I was careening towards it. I was thinking " I wish I hadn't left my cell phone at home" Then when I realized I was gonna hit a rock instead of a snowbank I was thinking "I'm gonna total my car and it isn't paid for yet" LOL Then I had a "spin dryer" moment and it was over. They put a collapsible ladder in for me to climb (hop) up out of the car since it was laying on the drivers door.

    Thanks for the offers of help everyone. I do appreciate it.

    It's http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/LaughingTerry

    Terry

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