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So happy to report that we are going on this trip, even with a fractured fibula and 5 pairs of compression stockings! With my new walking shoes, I definitely have the "peasant look" as my hairdresser commented. I will be walking two miles at a time by the time we leave, and although I may miss some activities, I am sure I can find something else to do that is fun and possibly delicious!
... Times, bought the 3,000-acre property in 1914 for $100,000, and named it "Ken-Caryl" after his sons, Kent and Carroll.
Time passed, and in 1971, the Johns-Manville Corporation purchased the property to develop a master-planned community. It was sold to the Martin Marietta Astronautics Group in 1987. The remaining housing lots were sold to individual developers and home building was almost complete by 1997. ...
... we hope.
Previously we had received an invitation from Jayne's brother Jack to stay at his and his wife Kathy's house in Littleton, just southwest of Denver. So we headed there happy to take a break from tent camping, especially as rain was in the forecast again.
Friday we spent in downtown Denver visiting several interesting museums. The first we went to was the Molly ...
... sit window/aisle in hopes that no one will choose to take the middle, but this flight is completely booked, so we offer up the window seat.
We're leaving right on time...well, hmmm...our plane appears to have a mechanical issue. A light in the cockpit isn't working. Unfortunately it is the light that among other things tells the pilot that the landing gear is all the way down. Maintenance comes, 20 minutes later we hear the dreaded ...
... during the previous 24 hours so it was a real shame that I had only witness the end of one. Most of them had, however, happened during the night. The acuity of the patients on the wards within other hospitals had generally been much lower than that in England as they have many more PICU beds available however here it seemed to be closer to that in England. In spite of this their staffing ratios still remained better and the ...