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... stop by EMS ended without new Darn Tough socks, so we did our food resupply, and met some South Bound Long Trail hikers. As we chatted, we layed out gear to dry, met some locals that came to us and asked if we needed rides. One lady that stopped and said....".....well if you see me driving later today and need a ride - give me a double thumbs up, if you don't need a ride to the trail head - give me a double bird...lol....!", we laughed and she walked on. I headed up to the ...
... following chemo, I developed a really angry rash. Because I have had life threatening reactions to medications in the past, two in particular which involved a rash, Mark & I had to go to the DHMC ER. They told us what would be an emergency and sent us home. An excellent dermatology consult on Monday confirmed a drug rash likely secondary to chemo. I’ll be going to Boston for allergy testing next Monday to make sure we can ...
... growing normal cell and the chemicals are unable to discriminate. That's why cancer patients often lose their hair. Am I worried about that? Nope! I've some comfy hats, it's only "hair," and it will grow back eventually. I did not feel any effects of Monday night's chemo infusion until Thursday evening. When my legs and feet ached, I chalked it up to 21\2 days in bed, and then the fact that Noah and I had spent ...
... and healthy going in and I will be starting this fight with a smile on my face.
This journey may take me places I've never been. I view it as another adventure and it will surely bring gifts of its own to me. What you can do, is to take a moment every day to appreciate life when you send me healing thoughts and prayers.
With love and deep gratitude for all my family and friends.
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... Farms over a few muddy cow paths, up and down hills hoping we will make back over these roads. We reached our destination and learned about Vermont's 5th season - mud season. We were treated to samples of maple syrups and Vermont cheeses. We also learned about the maple syrup process. The trees have a window of about 5-7 weeks during which they can be tapped and sapped. Just our luck we are here during sap season. We can see the tin pales hanging from some of the trees and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking