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    Bad news mate, but glad things are not worse. If you or Sue need picking up from airport and ferrying home just let me know

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    Really feel for both Sue and yourself right now Micky

    I know only too well that there is nothing worse than being on a adventure induced high in a foreign country one minute, then in a instant something like this happens

    At least you are both still here.... at the end of the day that is all that matters.

    As you quite rightly say the most important thing right now is getting home.... keep us updated if you can, and if there is anything we can do just ask.

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    Best wishes to you both ......

    Look forward to the conclusion I'm sure we all hope for, home safe and well ...
    Sometimes, Bullshit smells of Piss Take!

    Putting things into perspective...

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    I know that you must be feeling pretty down just now, but it is far better to have done this trip and taken the risk of such an unfortunate accident than to have done nothing and sat at home,

    I hope that you can store the bikes in Pakistan and resume once Sue is better,

    Thoughts are with you

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    I been lookin' at me atlas: Pakistan is a feckin' long way.

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    That's bad news......sorry to hear that Mickey.

    Can't add to anything that's been said above, but let us know what's happening and don't be shy in shouting up if you need anything doing...you know we can make it happen and there are a lot of people who'd like to help if they can- bring a jar of mud back with you for them to chuck on their bike and it'll make them into happy little soldiers

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    Sorry to hear this, Micky. Best wishes to you both...



    Quote Originally Posted by Mr K View Post
    I been lookin' at me atlas: Pakistan is a feckin' long way.

    Can't be that far. Ali from the corner shop in Leven goes home for his lunch...

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    So sorry to hear this Mick

    That is tough luck

    Hope Sue mends quickly and all is sorted

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    Really bad news Micky, all the best to Sue.

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    Hi Mick, along with all the others, Best wishes to Sue for speedy recovery, Don't know if I can be any help, but you only have to ask, If it's in my power I'll do it. TED S

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    bad news as fanum says if we can help in any way we will
    hope sue's not in to much discomfort and your both back in the safety of home soon

    best to the both of you

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    Can't really add anything to what others have said, but get well soon and I hope it all works out well.

    If there is anything I can do to help please ask (though it might take a while for me to get the narrowboat to Pakistan to pick the bikes up for you)

    Good luck

    Shep

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    To echo the above...

    You are both very much in our thoughts, wishing Sue a full recovery... as has been said that is still a blummin long way...
    Its just the drunker I sit here the longer I get...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger06 View Post
    main is that she will live to tell the tale, u can get another bike, good wives are more harder to come by(and more expensive),
    get well soon sue
    Cheers Digger but Sue not my wife ... we're Geriatric Lovers

    Both bikes unscathed and ridable

    Just popped in for a quickie, the hotel manager letting me use his personal internet. The people here are just remarkable with their hospitality.

    Got Sue back to the hotel... under no circumstances will she go back to that hospital, or even keep the appointment for Thursday morning re further examination and consideration for admission for an operation.

    Had Sue been younger then we might had 'sat it out' and let the arm mend, but what we both agree on ... is that proper medical attention is paramount, so home it is. Arrangements in hand for Campbell Irvine repatriation insurance to 'kick in'.

    Plans in early stages for getting the bikes air freighted home.

    Have to start thinking about feckin' Christmas prezzies now

    Can I just say a big THANK YOU to all of ya, for the kind words and offers

    Gracie sends her love t'yall

    Cheers all .... catchya later



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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Have to start thinking about feckin' Christmas prezzies now
    Sod the Christmas prezzies, the best prezzie will be to get Sue back to full fitness and the bikes safely back home and ready for another trip.


    Best wishes to the pair of you.
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    Micky and Sue, just seen the post...
    So sorry to hear this, I hope you recover
    quickly.
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    love n laughter

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