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We are in Klamath Falls tonight, tomorrow Sisters! We will be all ready for the big quilt show on Saturday. Miss Elsie has purred along like a dream, Ken is so happy, he's beside himself! It's been very hot but the nights are cool. I'm going to try adding a couple of photos, one is a shocking one of Mt. Shasta, hardly any snow! Ask Rachel if she still has all the photos she took of Shasta when we all went to Sisters. I'd like to compare them. More the next time I get WiFi. ...
What an early start to the day. Waking up at 4:50 and leaving at 5:00 is super rough. Anyways, I had a great time at clinicals today, as we followed the ER doctor and got to see him diagnose patients. It helped me connect what we learned in class about seeing what was wrong in the field, and how the ER reacts when these patients come in. We worked from 7:00 am till 3:00 pm. It was about an hour and a half drive there. On the way home, I ...
... Cascades. Originally called Linkville, after the Link River on whose falls the town sits, the little burg was renamed for the falls themselves in 1893.
"K Falls," as Klamath Falls is nicknamed, has long been known as the crossroads of southern Oregon. Home to some 20,000 people within city limits, plus around 25,000 in the surrounding urban growth boundary, K Falls ...
... to use the line that annoys my Canadian friend Ben. I said "Oh that doesn't count, Canadians are just Americans who speak French"
With a detailed map it is lovely just picking somewhere that looks like it might be interesting and go to have a look.
Having said that, Klamath Falls isn't as I had hoped, but you win some and lose some.
Oregon so far is beautiful and I suspect there is a lot more to come.
... a way that viewing the birds when they are on the ground they can read the code on the band with a spotting scope and help track the travels of the birds... In some cases some of the birds are captured and inspected and released, recording other information that might include the travels of the birds...
Here on the refuge the 2400 acres are farmed for organic wheat, and some of the crop is left ...
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