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It's a tall order to not think about recurrence. After the need for repeat CT scans and the colonoscopy in May, which thankfully all turned out normal, in June I was faced with the need for a repeat Pap smear (results took nearly 3 weeks). On top of that I had a recall on my annual mammogram. Both of those also turned out to be nothing, but the extra tests and waiting times were ...
Mo and Buster went to doggy daycare for the day as we headed
out. Our first stop was in downtown
Burlington for the Farmer’s Market. We
all found it very interesting and one of the best we’ve seen. In addition to the things you would expect at
this type of thing there were lots of other local vendors. We particularly
enjoyed the “ice cider” sampling while Bev and Greg tried ...
Prince Edward Island proved to be a jewel in our route around the Maritimes. Away from the tourist industry that surrounds PEI's most famous identity, Anne of Green Gables, the combination of dark red earth, green fields, blue sky (and with a bumper crop of dandelions providing vivid yellow icing) meant stunning views every way you ...
... across New England. The Brewfest, now in its 17th year, offers live music, food tastings and over 60 regional artisan brews on tap -- until 6 pm tonight. Tempting as that sounds, it’s been a long day in the saddle, so we continue riding west. There’s probably a cold beer somewhere in Rutland, Vermont – tonight’s destination.
Ten miles later, we arrive in Rutland. In the 1800s, high-quality marble deposits ...
... Nanci Griffith
Writing to you tonight from Plattsburgh, NY just a few miles shy of Canada. We went through the Adirondack Mountains today and they are beautiful. Want to bring the Mrs back here for sure.
The day started out a bit on the chilly side. 48 degrees when we left Altoona, PA. We made it to New York in no time at all but ran into ...