And I never even got to really ride it. Oh, well. Last fall, I found one of those three-wheeler adult trikes at the pawn shop when Bobby was looking for new tools. I put it on layaway, and then made payments on it until we got it paid for. By then, it was winter; so we just put it out in the shed, and left it there. This spring, I decided to try riding it, and we brought it out of the shed and out to the road. The first thing that I did was run over my ankle. You know how you keep your left foot down to balance until you start moving on a regular bike ? Well, it turns out you can't do that on a three-wheeler without running over your heel and ankle. As soon as I did that, a car came barreling down the street, so I tried frantically to pedal out of the way, and my bad knee was just not ready for that at all. I yowled, turned the wheel too fast, and almost dumped the bike and me under the car, and it was good that my Sweetie Pie was right there to rescue me. So........ I put the bike away and advertised it for sale. I would probably have eventually been able to ride the bike; but this adds a little extra money into the car-fund for when I finally find one of those. I still would like to have one of the beach cruiser bikes; so when my knee gets to where I can actually bend it enough to ride the stationary bike at the fitness center, then I will think about getting one of those pretty beach cruisers, pink, of course !