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... no road seemed to lead down there, possibly for security reasons.
So after a few zig zags along roads built for much skinnier cars than Jim's wide vehicle, we were on a top road so we could see the view over the Hudson better. It was a great day for taking pictures.
The sun was so warm, we didn't really want to risk getting burnt.
Not sure what tomorrow will bring. ...
... at the Buck Island National monument. The reef was ok as far as reefs go, as it was apparent that hurricane Hugo years ago had done quite a bit if damage. I did get to see a very beautiful 4 foot barracuda just hanging out near a small patch of coral on the dive, and some pretty cool schooling fish throughout the reef. The highlight for me however was watching my 5 year old Lexi not be afraid at all, and take in ...
... of work to do and plenty of food to eat!
Not the best blog, a bit rushed it was, but just something to keep whoever's reading updated.
Finally, just for Aunty Thelma, I had an email back from you've been framed, and they aren't using the video we sent in "Granny Gone Wild", maybe i'll try Crime-watch instead!
enjoy the photo's there aren't many but i'll take more soon!
... that beautiful bunt for a single in the fourth...maybe we'll get a suicide squeeze."
(Last and only time I ever saw a suicide squeeze was in the 70's, I think, at an A's game. There was a guy sitting behind us with a girl from Germany with him. She had never seen a baseball game before, and it was quite entertaining to listen to him try to explain it. "Is it over already?" she asked, for example, when ...
... it really is ingrained into their practice. I've really noticed this with their evidence based practice (EBP) too. I feel that often in the UK, it's something we aspire to do and know we should do, but isn't involved in the way we practice daily. It really is here.
I was trying to avoid all the hospital, geeky talk, but I'm affraid it's all I've done all week, so it's leached it's way onto here too!
I had a proper nurses lunch, which was great. I ...