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    Leg Update

    I have completed 5 hours surgery to have my Right knee fixed.
    I finally got out of Norwich Hospital yesterday and am now at home.

    Right knee now consists of 12 screws and a plate secured over the tibular table.
    With support plates secured down either side of the tibular.

    So here starts the long wait.

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    Hope you heal well and quickly Trev. All the best from herself and meself.
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    Feckity Feck
    What about your new job Trev
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    blimey... hope it turns out OK....!


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    Hope it heals fast Trev.
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    All the very best, heal well and quickly

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    Ooh bionic!

    Good luck with the recovery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post


    Hope it heals fast Trev.
    Next visit t hospital

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    And to think I only recovered your bike from the rugby club to Bakerman Towers, could've left my rattly old 1150 at his and kept your bike running for you

    Heal well and health to ride when you do

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    hope you get well soon Trev. Well next Hog Roast your be on the 1600 tourer then, maybe no more offroad.....

    Get well soon.

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    Best wishes Trev

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    get bike ready soon

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    Blimey Trev
    Hope you're as painfree as possible and it heals well!!

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    Sounds grouse
    Hope your feeling better soon

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    Ouch! Hope you get back 'up and running' soon.

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    Thats what you get for riding a bike that size at your age. Maybe trade it in for a dr 125 - or stick to the car

    it all makes for a good read though trev, same again next year then?

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