For all those who have not heard, I was the individual who hit the car near the entrance to the park on Wednesday afternoon and was medevac'd out. I'm home now, thanks to so many wonderful people who went 'way beyond. I'll not mention names, mostly because I might forget some and don't wish to offend anybody. But from the organization who got volunteers to come get me and bring me back, to the people who allowed me to stay in their cabin on a bed instead of in my tent, to the kind lady who put her rental car and herself at my disposal and drove me to the airport, THANK YOU all very much! I am deeply humbled by the thoughtfulness and caring everybody showed me.
As far as I go, the gear did its job. I'm healing from a fractured pelvis and other bumps and bruises. Watch out for those blind hills, along with everything else you watch out for. Now wait for all the other things to happen. I intend to continue riding and get another bike, not sure what yet.
Again, thanks to all!
1976 R90/6, 2015 R1200GSA(W)
Wisconsin Region Rep, MOA Ambassador