Discussion in 'Norton Commando Motorcycles (Classic)' started by Holmeslice, Mar 14, 2019.
That is a bastard Doug.
Keep fighting friend, and above all, keep your spirits up.
Many thoughts are with you Doug. Keep up the fight, your talent especially for imagery is pure magic to see.
Just found out about this. I have no clever words. I too was unaware of Doug's 'other' talents, much to be admired there.
I wish Doug the very best for the future and hope it goes well. Take care
Doug, Very sorry to hear about this, not much I can say other than you will be in my thoughts and prayers. Keep fighting.
Really sorry to hear. Don’t give up and make every day count.
Best wishes to him and a reminder to us as you said:
"Make every day count".
We often lose sight of this.
Hi Doug, I shame my self that I have complain about my injuries
Good luck Champion
Yves from Belgium
These sorts of things always seem to happen to the best sorts of guys. Good luck, Doug. I hope you recover well. I have always followed your racing career with interest. Another guy I watch is Mike Edwards. He is also a hard doer.
Hang tough Mr. MacRae.
My wife had a brain tumor/surgery two years ago.
It was a tough road but she is one stout lady and now she's hounding me and all my horrific habits (beer, rum, tequila, fishing, hunting, riding motorcycles, cussing, sneaking a cigarette once in a while, the way I drive) like never before.
I keep telling her the surgeon screwed up.
Hurry up and be well sir.
May God bless.
I've just found this on youtube and it very sad news indeed.
Sorry to to hear this Doug. Keep reaching for the checkered flag.
We all know your determination to win.
Here’s wishing you all possible strength to prevail.
You’re in all our prayers.
You’re in my thoughts and prayers. Stay strong through out the treatment.
Wishing you all the best,
Stay strong and keep fighting
Doug, very sorry to hear this.
I hope you are well enough to do what I do when I'm sick- I watch your racing videos.
Hi Dave thanks for posting this.
Just to let you know that Holmeslice /Kenny Cummings has already posted about this on Thursday.
The thread has now been 'merged' with the original thread.
All the best Doug, keep that winning spirit.
Health is one of the most important things so take time to recover as it should. You need to regain strength and rest. Do not think of anything else. I would even say "enjoy" this moment of calm, you who are so used to living at 100 per hour.