Hey Diesel1959, just came across your thread today. I hope the healing process is coming along well. No matter how visible we try to make ourselves, it's the driver of the other vehicle that either sees us or doesn't see us (bikers). I got hurt on the job, tib/fib fracture, bad doctor, non union fracture. Had a really great dr that rebuilt the other drs mess. I never returned to work, the whole process took about 2 years. I am just a couple of weeks shy of my injury being 3 years old now. Funny, you never forget the day of the accident, it's just like a birthday of sorts. Mine is 6/6/2010, the day my life changed. We can always rethink our shoulda, coulda, woulda's, but we deal with reality of how to make the best of what we have left. Me, I added an extra wheel out on the side of the bike. Life is pretty good now days, I hope you get to that point. Going riding now.
The Sandsman cometh and so he goeth too.......
Donít pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, heíll just kill you.
PS.....None of us get's out of this alive anyway.