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August 03, 1998

BODY SCARE

I had an okay night at the motel. The bed had been so big that when I woke up I found myself sleeping diagonally. I left the motel around 8:00 a.m. Before leaving Henderson, Tennessee, I stopped at a salvage food store to buy a few things.

While putting the food away into my pannier, I was a bit frightened when I started to feel a sharp pain in my chest. I wasn't sure what it was from because I didn't have any more of the possible warning signs of a possible heart attack. I didn't have any pain that radiated into my arms or faint.

The pain in my chest possibly came on from the fact that I might have pulled something in my chest while I was squatting down by the bike and using my right hand to put the food away. The sharp pain lasted only for a few seconds. I stopped at a roadside rest north of town to take a break and figure out what had happened. I was good enough to get back on the road in about a half hour.




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