Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Well, the results are in...

Looks like it was a sinus infection after all. I got my tooth looked at today. The swelling in my face and fever were not from the tooth. My dentist did x-rays and a thorough visual/physical examination. He couldn't find anything wrong. I'm off of Ibuprofen and I've fought through whatever was causing me so much grief this weekend. I'll be back on the road tomorrow.

While I was at the dentist's office, he re-built my tooth again and sent me on my way. I look like a human again. Well, my mouth does, at least. The rest of me probably resembles a C.H.U.D.

Last night's ride from the Trek Store was a small crew compared to usual. There were only 15 or so in attendance. Next week, it's going to be crazy, with Leipheimer and Contador at the Trek Store for a fundraiser, more than 1000 people are expected to show up. Now, not that many will be around for the ride afterwards. Mark Thomas is tied up with the Tour of Missouri stuff next week, so I'll be leading the recovery ride in his place. It will be a nice, easy ride, assuming we can get into or out of the Trek Store lot. I'm going to go ahead and say you might as well ride to the Trek Store if you plan on showing up, because there's no way that part of Shawnee (Merriam?) has enough parking spaces for 1000 people. Bring a lock, too. You'll want it.

Random Tunage:
Madonna - Ray of light
Bakke and Ljungqvist - Fanatic

2 comments:

Fritz said...

Glad it wasn't the tooth, but still, ouch. Sinus can play major havoc with your happiness.

Sirrus Rider said...

Hey Noah!

Glad your on the mend..

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