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Get Well Soon, Mr. Pork Chop!



 

The RAGBRAI family wishes Mr. Pork Chop (aka Paul Bernhard) a speedy recovery. Paul fell and broke his hip and is recovering from a successful surgery.

Please keep Paul in your thoughts and prayers!

Mr. Pork Chop’s pork-chop call

Watch video of a tribute to Mr. Pork Chop in Jefferson: http://www.desmoinesregister.com/videonetwork/50361813001/RAGBRAI-Mr-Pork-Chop-tribute

62 Responses on “Get Well Soon, Mr. Pork Chop!

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