Or possibly I can get the walking frame out there, and transfer into Bazza, but if the walking frame is out there, how can I get back in here where Bazza is waiting for me if I want the walking frame to stay out there which I probably do so that when I get home I can transfer to walking frame, get to door and open it, then get back to Bazza to drive in ans somehow bringing the frame with me?
The frame is way too big and unwieldy to attach to Bazza in any way. Although I could steer Bazza with one hand and pull the walker with the other. (Bazza is facing in, he has to be reversed out). If I could attach the walker to the front of the scooter, front of the walker down because that's where it's wheels are, I'd still need to get down the ramp onto the concrete path. Not enough room on the verandah to transfer. That means a lot of scuttling round - up and down a ramp - with the walker.
Another option is to wait for another two weeks or so (I'm guessing) until I'm on crutches, but that seems awfully boring and "two weeks away" is not the same as "now'.
Leaving the front door propped open would work better - I can open the screen door with Snappy Fred - but I don't fancy my luck in terms of personal and household security at the moment. Well. Actually I do, luck is the same no matter how things are going, it's just that because there's always a bit of risk when you do this sort of thing and if this is the occasion when luck runs out, the fact of me taking risks while I've got the whole broken leg thing happenning could lead to all sorts of problems re-peoples' opinions about my capacity to look after myself.
The father of a friend of mine recently fractured his hip. He's in his 70's, but the bastard fractured it while downhill skiing so I have zero sympathy. A profound sense of envy, but that's all I'll admit to.