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Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by KevBin, Jan 5, 2017.

  1. KevBin

    KevBin New Member

    While still having a hard time with pelvic pain. Me and my wife dicided to go on a snowshoes hike on the 30th of december. We live in Quebec Canada and have a couple great spots for those activities. First, we need to drive 1h30 hour to get to the national park of Mont-Tremblant. The drive was painfull but worthwile.

    This was my firts winter hike ever, same for my wife. We snowshoed for about 1h45 to get to the top where a great view point was. A climb of about 825 ish feet high spread on a couple of km. The view was awesome. We didnt stay for long because the wind was strong and the temperature way below 0 celcius. I had no pain in the pelvic region. Only in muscles that i forgot i even had. But that was normal.

    I just wanted to share for my own reasurance and maybe to help others.

    Here a picture of me and my wife at the top.
     

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  2. Ines

    Ines Well known member

    I can't see the pic but congratulations!
     
  3. KevBin

    KevBin New Member

    Thanks it means a lot to me. Especially that the past 2 weeks are quite hard on the moral. I try to keep my head out of the water but its proven to be quite the chalenge.
     
  4. tgirl

    tgirl Well known member

    Beautiful picture. I live in Ontario and love to snowshoe as well. Best of luck to you...
     
  5. Zoltan

    Zoltan New Member

    Nice one! well done! I took a journey to Germany from London to visit relatives with the amount of pain it was doable. It helped me greatly as we had fun with kids and I improved a lot.
    Now I am worse as other stuff went down since and my last journey was this morning to my rented flat's communal artificial lake. There and back it took 5 minutes with getting dressed included and I was happy I did the probably 200 step excursion. The pain caused me to shout out loud and cursing but did it, I went out after 2 days in.

    Keep up the journalling!

    You are such a nice couple. Get well soon.

    Zoltan
     

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