Hey Joseph, that is great! We had a Honda crusiser before transplant and with all the faith in the world, November 2004 4 months later we purchased our Ultra Classic. Last summer we did sell it, but we enjoyed almost 5 years and 25,000 miles on it. In 2006 we spent 3 weeks traveling through the northwest putting almost 7,000 miles on the bike during that trip. I am blessed to have enjoyed going to Bike Week in Daytona with my Donor's brother for 10 days. Our memories riding since transplant have nothing but amazement of the beauty in the USA
I just wanted to say hi and welcome you to the Cafe! This site is amazing and you will find so much support and meet a lot of wonderful people here. I'm so glad you recieved your gift of life! Click here to come join my kitchen for some delish recipes and tips on how to stay healthy. Also click here for a heIpful link to show you around the Cafe. How is everything going? Take care and enjoy the site...
I’d like to welcome you to the Transplant Café. You are now a member of a warm, friendly, supportive, caring, understanding, sensitive and informative site. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask and I’ll be glad to help you out. So glad you are here and again welcome to the Transplant Café. Also, if you could please add a photo of yourself or something that represents you or your experience with transplantation, or a pet, etc. to your profile so we can get to know you better. It's really easy! Just click this link for the new members guide where you'll find instructions on how to add a photo.
Here’s a link that might help you get started: www.transplantcafe.com/forum/topic/show?id=2024407:Topic:2985
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