Couple weeks ago I was outside and noticed that my gutter downpipe was solid of ice and water was overflowing, pouring into the soffit area and down the back of the siding. I pulled it off and put it in the garage to melt. Next day I went to put it back up. Had some tools in my hands, stepped on the very thin layer of ice and boom, I fell down. I used my right arm to stop the fall since my hands were full. Landed a few inches in front of the elbow. Didn't think much of it, got up and made sure no one saw me and was laughing . Well last week my arm was still killing me. Ugly deep black bruise that looked like I had smeared coal tar all over my arm. Wasn't just sore but in my bones pain, more so when using it. I'm on some pretty decent painkillers for my back so I knew it was pretty bad if I could still feel it. Went to the Dr. and yup, it's broken. Cracked the Ulna. I asked if I could be without a cast and they said to just be be careful and it will be ok. It's lined up and set so just needs to heal up is all. I figured it's be real fun trying to run a chainsaw with a cast right? I've been wrapping it up tight with some Ace bandage and that seems to help some.