Another tourer injured

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daviddd
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Postby daviddd » Fri Jun 08, 2007 13:20 pm

there's some evil b******s around for sure. Here's hoping Flic makes a full recovery. One can be as careful as one likes but you can't allow for something like this happening.

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Postby Brock_71 » Fri Jun 08, 2007 14:15 pm

Very sad, lets hope she's soon posting again on her fascinating inspiring blog.

"Stopping a girl for directions she marvelled that I had ridden (sort of!) all the way from Kabale... "but were't you affraid?" she demanded... "of what?" I asked, "I didn't know I was meant to be affraid..."... "of the animals" she replied, and, gesturing low she searched for the correct word before exclaiming "... and the pigmys!"..."

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Postby amaferanga » Fri Jun 08, 2007 15:21 pm

Very, very sad and I hope she makes a full recovery. But it seems like the bike has infact been recovered. Little consilation when you're lying in hospital with a broken head I know.......

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Postby xilios » Fri Jun 08, 2007 15:44 pm

My wife an I hope she makes a full recovery.
All the best wishes.


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Postby road-runner » Mon Jun 11, 2007 11:49 am

Do pass our best wishes, jibi.


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