Best Western Clifton Park
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We finished our last locks of the trip! Yahoo!
We stayed at the Troy public docks and walked the city area. It was hopping with many people beginning their weekend celebrations and lots of outdoor restaurants were full of diners enjoying the warm summer night.
... is nice, though the load in was a little slow. This venue is cake compared to some of the other ones, so I am not complaining. It is one of a handful that have a balcony, so it is interesting to see. The stage is about average, though the side walls were a bit challenging to put in today.
Oh well, I was just paged to go back out to my camera, I need to get it set for the show.
... car hit the guardrail and went down an embankment and hit a tree! Although several cars had already stopped and several folks were on their way down to check on things, Larry and I pulled over. I asked if 9-1-1 had been called and they said "yes".
A concrete truck driver also stopped. He was helping slow down traffic while Larry and I cleared huge chunks of metal and wood debris from the ...
... had read the whole of the chronicles of Narnia to her son from infancy. When he was putting the toys in the tube he was sending them to Narnia. When he paused it was because he was imagining what was happening in Narnia and when he threw the toys at the other kids he wanted them to play with him. How often to we fill in the gaps....badly?? Of course there are times when a behaviour is a behaviour, or stimming (stimulation to you and I) or communication but sometimes ...
... aspects of programmes to young people. That might mean instead of that young person getting to practice that skill every day or even every hour, they might get to practice once or twice a week. Is that right for the young person? Is that entirely disrespectful to our colleagues? Are we basically saying to each other.. "You will never learn to do or support these skills that I am going to teach this learning disabled young person to do, only i can ...