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    Default My Friend in bad shape

    Well, I talked to Jerome , the one that had his leg amputated , talked to him last nite. And he is home and all is going well. His son and son in law built him a ramp for his wheelchair and also a big front porch. He is doing real well. He made another appt for the therapy today and in about 2-3 months will be fitted for his prosthetic leg. Just thought I would give you an update on how he is doing. Thanks again for the support, specially you Daniel.

    Leather :P

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    Again tell him he is in all out thoughts and payers. We know he will be back riding real soon. Continue giving him our support.
    Captain Morgan IL./IN PGR Rider

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    I will sure tell him when I go see him. I had already mentioned in the hospital that I posted a message on this board asking for prayers and thoughts. And he appreciated that. So I will mention it to him and Jerome will definitely appreciate it from Fellow Bikers.

    Leather

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    Tell him to spend some time here. Might be good therapy for him. We'll keep him in our prayers.

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    I will do that. I know he gets on his computer quite a bit. So you may be right . I think he would like it too.


    Thanks,
    LYnn

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    One of my best friends lost his leg in a motorcycle accident about 20 years ago. He was on his bike again as soon as he could get things rigged up for shifting. We ride on a regular basis and most people who don't know him can't tell he has an artificial leg.
    Tell you friend there is hope and keep up the good work.

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    I hate that this happened, but we all know as bikers , the possiblities of what may happen. Another friend of ours in our local club lost his leg in Nam and he rides and does it pretty well I might add. I just hate that it happened to someone I know and have known for 10 years. He is a very sweet guy. Thanks BG and I will tell him.

    Lynn

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