Applesauce Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... t know if it might be a coyote or wolf. Later in the day, Nick sent me a message . . . that his neighbors confirmed that it was a grey wolf!!
We did see lots of chipmunks, squirrels . . . and a deer that makes regular visits (they call her Alice!).
As we approached The Mighty Mac, we couldn't get a pictured at some of the pullouts because of the fog. It didn't clear to get a good view until just we entered the approach!
We stopped ...
... Bill thought I was taking him for a stroll in the park to see friend Rob & Roman. This was Bill's 1st venture outside since his surgery on August 6th. I pushed wheelchaired Bill to the park and he was totally surprised & thrilled to see Roman, my family, friends, JAWS & Chester. We strolled through the park and settled next to Kid's Creek and a picnic table where everyone had a chance to chat with Bill. Later, after ...
... through his own battle with cancer.
"When the gauge says empty we all know there's a gallon or two left in the tank!” - Neil Armstrong quote during the low-fuel approach to the moon, July 21, 1969. He was the 1st human to step foot on the moon.
"A young Lakota asked his grandfather why life had to be so hard. Grandfather replied: Life can give you strength. Strength can come from facing the storms of life, from knowing loss, ...
... and pain. Unfortunately, he is not able to move his left toes nor his left leg. Late this afternoon, he finally moved his left arm and hand to touch his face. He is weak on his left side and may need to be placed in rehabilitation. Too early to tell. He is exhausted and wants to sleep. Radiation treatment for his smaller brain tumor is expected to start within a couple of weeks. Besides his sister, two brothers & myself, Bill ...
... the larger tumor, followed by radiation at that site and on the smaller tumor. We have made the tough decisions. We meet with the Neurosurgeon tomorrow morning. Surgery is scheduled for Wednesday, August 6th. We are overwhelmed beyond words. Thank you for all of your love, support, thoughts & prayers. We really need and appreciate it. We are living in the moment and trying to stay strong.