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    Balance is no harder...

    it's just that you have farther to fall" David Wilcox

    It seems that because (and head games) I have a chronic sinus issue due to small eustachian tubes, riding narrow bridges is freaking me out.
    If I'm able to apply the discipline of looking ahead and ignoring the impulse, I'm good. My success is sparse.

    Anyone have similar issues?

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    Try a variety of colored lenses if you wear corrective glasses.
    I like Sand - I don't like Witches

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    Practice riding a 2x6 in your back yard until your bored. That will help you.

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    Thanks guys.
    I have 5 different colored lenses.
    Why do you think that might make a difference?

    Ride 2x6...check.

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