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... it's very hard not to worry. Mark says, worry about what you can do something about; those things you can control, and fix it. Whether or when the cancer might recur is not something I have any control over. I'm being followed closely; I am not missing any appointments. Beyond that, there's only so much i can do to change the outcome.
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There were a couple of goat cheese vendors including one run by friends of
Christine and Derek.
From there we walked down to the waterfront, then back up to
Church Street before returning to the car in the parking garage to go find
lunch. Heading south we opted to stop at
Folino’s Pizza for lunch. We ordered our
pizzas while Derek waited in line at the ...
... by a number of tiny, but vibrant harbours (we watched the lobster boats returning with their catch several times), a thriving agricultural base and lighthouses dotting the coastline. We wished we could have stayed longer.
Our departure from PEI allowed us to cross the Confederation Bridge, an eight mile/thirteen kilometer long engineering marvel that connects ...
... in Rutland, and with the arrival of the railroad in 1851, marble quarries turned profitable. Rutland soon became one of the world's leading marble producers.
The city is home every September to the Vermont State Fair. At this year's Fair, free entertainment included racing pigs, the "Daredevils Unlimited Wall of Death," and a petting zoo. The grandstand entertainment (not free) included a four-cylinder demolition derby, Allstar ...
... of fog for much of the morning. When the fog lifted, we found ourselves in Senaca Lake on NY 414. The road is beautiful and is littered with wineries, B&Bs and farm land. It is elevated approximately 1000 to 1500 feet and the view of the lake was to our left all all along the route.
We ran through a town called Lodi. If that is the Lodi that John Fogerty ...