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... already. I'll be here two more weeks and then resume commuting for the remaining chemotherapy.
Side effects have gotten very unpleasant but only intermittently so and I can see the end this part of the treatments. I don't yet have the schedule for the last 3 chemos yet. But maybe I'll be through by the end of January and start to heal. I have read that chemo and radiation actually wounds the body. Not unlike surgery wounds, I will need to heal from ...
... a garage where it would be impossible to get a tow. After doing a little research we found a guy named Greg who specializes in Westys and we called him. He said a part needed to be replaced and the only way to start the van was to do a rolling start and pop the clutch. Chris and a few guys who worked in the garage pushed the van up a hill in the garage while I manoeuvred it into place. Then Chris got in the driver’s seat, popped the clutch as it rolled down the ...
Well, here we are in Boston. We arrived this morning at about 8:00 am in beautiful sunrise. It is another blue sky day, and we are soon to get off and stroll around Boston. Boston is not large and is a very walkable city.
Four hours later, I'm tired of walking on Newbury St, through the Boston Commons and public gardens, the day is eautiful and ...
... City. We climbed up the 108 and through the mountain pass of Smugglers Notch through Cambridge and Jericho en route to the city of Burlington. Taking in a couple more covered bridges the leaf peeping was particularly good perhaps because we reached lower levels. Burlington, though a city, is well spread, traffic light-rich and low key. It feels like a small town in need of a wake up. Nonetheless it's situation is beautiful -on the banks of Lake Camplain looking across the Adirondacks ...
... to dinner with this Chinese guy who was telling us all about the Chinese education system. So interesting! The following day, Georgine and I rushed to see whale watching but it was closed for the second day in a row! We we're extremely dissapointed :( I decided to go to the prudential tower where you can look over Boston from a 50 story building. Was well worth it with incredible views and lots of information about the history of Boston (obviously because there is a lack ...