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... know the blood supply in the foot could be compromised. He requests a doctor able to administer morphine on the flight and quick.
On a funnier note... I hear the paramedic call in that he has a "50 year old woman with a fractured ankle needing the air ambulance" at this point I apparently very nearly get up shouting "50?! I'M NOT 50! I'M 44... AND A BIT!" ... this causes much mirth among my ...
Hi everyone! Thanks for following my travel blog! I'm at home right now attempting to get all the techy aspects of my trip sorted. My swish new camera arrived the other day and now that the memory card has also arrived I’ve been testing it out. So far so good so you can expect lots of pics and videos as we travel ...
... a grilled cheese sandwich into a culinary work of art. It’s a fitting grace note for a warm-hearted film." - Ken Korman, 23rd May 2014 (http://m.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/b logs/Post?basename=review-chef&day= 23&id=blogofneworleans&month=05 &year=2014) So that's my little intro, I will update now and again until we leave, and then the fun begins!! 13th January 2015 - Boston, MA Let the countdown commence! ...
... aim well. Elly says we shouldn't get attached to anyone, they can go at any time, i know this from experience, but the two people i care most about are still alive, one of those people is Elly the other is someone i'll mention later on, if you follow our lead that is, so next time you will see a note from me will be in Baton Rouge. Good luck, hopefully you'll make it to join us in California, San Diego university. Hopefully we can persuade Elly to make that cure once we get ...
... prize ribbons perched on their laps. (Dogs on ladies' laps, not ribbons on dog's laps). But the highlight was the Terrier Races. Six small scruffy dogs (terrier-hood optional) are placed into hatches like those used in greyhound races. Then as the gate is lifted a raggedy 'rabbit' is dragged away for them to chase. Except that three dogs immediately run into the audience looking for something more interesting ...