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I was out snowboarding and I hit a ramp and had a very sketchy landing, I put my arm out to support the landing but my left arm went down in a foothole. (place in the snow where someone stepped before, that had frozen) While my arm was in the foothole, the rest of my body continued down the hill, causing the two bones in my forearm to break. I ended up going to the hospital to confirm the obvious, my arm was broken. I had to get surgery but it kept getting delayed until yesterday morning. Finally got home today.
I do bike, but there is to much snow where I live. Once I get out of the cast it will be biking season again!
02-15-07, 06:15 PM
OUCH! That looks painful!
So there's a huge hill covered in snow and you managed to put your arm in the hole in the ground. Mr. Murphy is smiling down on you dude.
It's only a local hill, there is no chair lifts or anything, you gotta walk back up, that's why there is footholes, someone must of walked by/ through the landing.
02-15-07, 06:24 PM
Oh snap, my cheese and crackers just did a little flip-turn in my stomach. That's some schweet breakage.
Siu Blue Wind
02-15-07, 06:28 PM
I'm so sorry about that! I hope you feel better and it heals quickly. :(
02-15-07, 06:29 PM
Ouch. Winter takes another casualty.
I just bought new bindings two days before too :(, Saved some money though, was gonna buy a new board this coming monday lol
Whoa, that looks terrible! :eek: Hope it heals and you get better soon! I just got back from a day of snowboarding also. I hope nothing like that happens to me!
02-15-07, 07:40 PM
Hey Taerom, we all participate in dangerous sports! It's the nature of the beast, and I hope nothing like that happens to any of us!
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