Courtyard Hanover Lebanon
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... We were surprised by a trail angel, Bill Ackerly - The ice cream man! - he gave us ice cream and hung out with us for a long while. Bill also beat us at croquet, of course it was the first time any of us played - so he had the upper hand :)......lol. He left for dinner, leaving us at his home...what an awesome guy!! Some Southbounders stayed at his place, we have to make miles, so it is off to the next big hill tonight :(. Made it to the road ...
... At the summit we hung out with Earthling (Lont Trail hiker) and another Long Trail hiker - good conversation and the care taker was also pleasent. This is also where we ate our last bit of food, besides 1 dinner. This was about 10 miles from camp. So it sucked being out of snacks :(. While night hiking the last few miles to the road crossing......we were surprised by trail magic! Apples never tasted so great!! Set up camp right by the parking lot, and split our last dinner. ...
I’m laughing at myself as I feel the sore inner thigh muscle I slightly pulled in Jill’s Wednesday AM yoga class this morning. We did a hamstring class that built up to Hanuman, the Monkey God pose, aka a split. I could not get near a split as a child and I was surprised at where my body went today. Pain is not always a bad thing. I came by this nagging thigh muscle very honestly. It makes me smile.
On Sunday, at ...
... expectations of what I can do will have to change during the period of "cancer cell eradication!” My bones and joints hurt and my feet are tingling with pins and needles. I am tiring easily. I only walked a bit of our Prouty course and I came home for a nap. I will find it difficult to accept the need to slow down. Friends & family, please remind me often that this is the best thing I can ...
... and make a night of it.
Unfortunately, we weren’t able to see Josh. He was back in the hospital and not doing well enough at the time for visitors. We had been hoping to send a circus-themed gift package but it didn’t work out. Instead, we asked John Moss, our ringmaster, to dedicate the two shows that day to Josh and he did a beautiful job of it, saying that the ...