As some of you know, I went to the lake last Sunday to spend the week. Things were going well and my wife and I went for a ride this morning. We stopped at a park beside the lake for a break and pulled out of the parking lot to head home. I was in the lead and looked in my mirror for my wife, who was nowhere to be seen. I turned around and came back looking in the parking lot for her, then I spotted her in a ditch beside the road. She wasn't moving and it scared me good, I ran to her and she was conscious but I could tell she was hurt pretty bad. After checking her condition, she seemed alright except for extreme pain in her right shoulder. I got her to her feet and helped her to a table in the park and went back for the bikes. She was in great pain, but with no cell signal, I hopped on my bike and "sprinted" the eight miles back to the resort. I left my bike at my camper and headed back in the truck, wide open. After getting her in the truck, we went for a fast and painful 25 mile ride to the Marshall County Regional Medical Center. X rays indicated the the Humerus was shattered right where it connects to the shoulder ball. They put her in a serious sling and we raced the 75 miles back to Birmingham to my Orthopedic Surgeon. He put her in a contraption to immobilize her arm for the next 4 weeks. The good news is that she's alive and probably won't need surgery. Trip ended a bit early but considering the possibilities we came out blessed. Son in Law went to the lake to retrieve my dog from the camper and he and I will go up tomorrow and put the camper up and bring our stuff home. What a day!