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I hope some day our paths will cross. I commented on another article you wrote about riding with your husband.

I suffer horrible nerve, back pain and CRPS and a permanent injury to my left ankle. How do you do it? I'm no longer medicated, as I was somewhat addicted to Lyrica and when I stopped taking them, I was sick for seven continuous days in withdrawal. The anti inflammatories do squat, but I did lose my gall bladder from them!

Is it our inner strength that keeps us in the saddle? Or is it the love of the ride? Maybe, we're just too damn stubborn to give up! But I wouldn't have it any other way. The ride is my life.

Thanks for this article. It's nice to know I'm not alone.

Tanya MacBean
Kelowna, BC, Canada
Saturday, April 30, 2016
Thank you so much for your comments Ladies! I'm truly flattered! I'm glad you're finding encouragement through my journey. I'm certainly finding it in you and other riders as well!!
Sash - The Rude Biker Chick
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Sash Walker
Westminster, CO
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Sash is a Facebook friend and although I'm sure I'm one of perhaps thousands, she actually takes the time now and then to either comment or "like" some of my posts. Amazing. That may seem unimportant but to me it shows how "real" this woman is. I've watched her travels, read her stories, and sympathized with personal issues she's spoken on. Although I've never met her, I feel I've grown to know what an outstanding woman she is. Truly, truly an inspiration of strength to all women and indeed human beings.
Carry on Sash!

Deb Kornbau
Enola, PA
Thursday, August 6, 2015
Sash, I love you, girl, and your determination to do something you love. When a crash left me unable to ride a two-wheeler, I found a trike which gave me great joy. Much more relaxing and stress-free riding, both mentally and physically. Sending you thoughts of many years of safe riding ahead of you. Peace and love.

San Diego, CA
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
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