Oh, what’ll you do now, my blue-eyed son?

After a week of rest with dimimishing returns, Trail Angel Rich got me into a radiology place.  It’s official, a Jones fracture, non-displaced at least.  Weeks of feet-up rehab.  My theory is that the massive spill on day3 left some damage that strangely was not healed by 16 more 20 mile days.

(Picture taken from Wikipedia, since mine are on CD and no computer here has a drive)

I can get to LAX in a day, and 1 day, 1 way plane tickets really aren’t that pricey.  But I’ve heard the SoCal coast is nice, and I know a few hikers that could use rides, so I might stick around for a few with a rental, giving some karma back.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Mom says:

    That’s a great idea and attitude: to stick around and help some of the other hikers and enjoy the sunshine. Rest up. ❤

  2. Debbie Schooley says:

    Oh, Eddy, I’m so sorry this happened. Your attitude is wonderful, and I’m so impressed. Our thoughts are with you. Take care.
    Debbie

  3. Susan Maurer says:

    Oh, Ed, so sorry to hear this! If it’s any compensation, that’s the most common fracture! Often happens to soldiers who have long marches. Enjoy California for a while.

  4. Emily says:

    I am so sad for you to hear this. I hope you do stick around in a rental for a while, and hope your foot feels better.

  5. Peggy Brown says:

    I’m so sorry Ed!! I was enjoying following along… staying and providing rides is very sweet of you. Enjoy your stay. Lots of love… ❤

  6. Teek says:

    That really bites, I can’t believe you hiked that far on a broken foot! So sorry that happened 🙁

    1. Dont think it was exactly broken the whole time. It’s kind of the thing I would do, though.

  7. Pollyjeff says:

    Oh crap. Good attitude you have; I’m sure you are disappointed. Stick around, help some others, enjoy! Take care of that foot, too!

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