Cabins On Strawberry Hill
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... for the final consult, she won't need anything. Well, Dr. Helms gave her an exit consult at ~4:00 plus her wellness plan to follow. She's supposed to have a phone consult with him on Monday afternoon. We loaded up the luggage & cooler from our room & went to dinner at Picazzo's Organic Italian Kitchen, then home. It feels soooo good for both of us to be home now. Thanks for all your thoughts, prayers & good vibes for the past few weeks. ...
... for decades! So the swings are not happening. This is HUGE! Her oxygen remains in the mid-high 90's. :-) She will have another blood lab drawn next Friday (25th) but her labs thus far have indicated improved body function, as in "normal" range. She seemed in good spirits when she came home last night & chuckled all through a recording of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. I'll be so happy to have her home after tomorrow & will get some weight back on her (with healthy ...
... we didn't loose much either! There was a light show at 10 that lit up the whole ceiling of the street. That was really good. Finished off back in the hotel for a few more drinks and game of *****.
Going home tomorrow. Gutted. Want to stay here and carry on exploring. Planning it all yourself has taken quite a lot of work, but it was well worth it. We haven't been disappointed with any hotel (apart from ...
Our Verde Canyon Railroad trip was an amazing experience (check out the video). It began at a train station practically in the middle of nowhere, but near the town of historic Clarkdale. In the glory days of the iron horse, the train station was typically the bustling hub of every small town across America. Those times may have passed but this venue seemed authentic and historic.
From the moment we stepped aboard the fully-restored ...
... leftovers from old seas that covered and receded over the valley millenniums ago. Then we drove up to the Chapel of the Holy Cross which is a cement chapel built by private $ and completed in 1956 and given to the Catholic Archdiocese. It's nestled on a small red sandstone hill in front of a massive mountain called Snoopy Rock. It's quite pretty and inside quite spiritual. The green brush that grows haphazardly across the rock ...