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So I ignored every piece of advice you all gave!
Ended up on my own plodding through.
I'd love to claim that finding myself alone, I devised a new plan and stuck to it, but instead I went with the well tried tactics of JFDI!
It was a long hot day in the saddle, depending where you look it was 24-33°C, realy struggled with that on the long climbs as most had no shade. A group of us from my Tri Club were doing it, 40 started 36 finished. When we met for breakfast this morning there were various tales, the guy who turned a corner on a hill and exclaimed "You can fuck right off!" Seeing there was another steep climb, or the lady who got half way up a 2 mile climb and vented "It's too hot for this shit!" (I think I said/did the same thing much earlier in that climb).
Time to break out the tots and beer to pregame this mother fucker
Pretty late in the day to post your breakfast photos.
Many thanks for the good thoughts today and to everyone who reached out. Folks here prove that there is plenty of kindness in this world.
The surgeon feels based on today’s biopsy that the cancer, though rare, is less aggressive than what he was concerned he would find. HIPEC will happen late May/early June with no delay for a cycle of regular chemo. We’re grateful for that.
Dave sends his thanks, too