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... We finished lunch and headed back to the sanctity of our compartment. Every couple of hours the train stops for what is either called a "Smoke Break" or a "Fresh Air Break". The Conductor is careful to warn you which stops are NOT going to be very long. Some time in the night the train staff had been changed and the new Conductor warned people: "This will only be a stop to let people off. If you get off for a smoke, this WILL become your ...
... and I showed Keith a photo from one of my Facebook albums using my cell phone. Keith eyed the photo and realized he had worked with Inspector Dennis Erickson, RCMP. I explained that we had met Dennis at two SARSCENE conferences, one in Victoria, B.C., the other in St. John's, Newfoundland. We were at the conferences, at the invitation of the Canadian government, to speak about the Hug-A-Tree and Survive Program. (The program was founded ...
... br> We walked back to the hostel and then to pioneer square which was a more rustic/tourist area, the square itself looked like it could be quite nice if it wasn’t filled with shopping trolleys filled with garbage. We went to a free gold rush museum but we were in a rush so we didn’t get to do too much, I have a slight interest in this stuff.
We walked across the road and did an underground tour which I’d seen a while back on Wikitravel. ...
... for lunch and a quick nap somewhere outside of Woodland (WA).
It was a long day's driving (450+ miles), but I had good company: a neighbor had recommended the audio version of the Harry Potter books, and boy, are they terrific. I finished up the first one just before I hit Seattle and am looking forward to the rest.
A pretty boring day, with not much more to tell. I'll post photos of little Olivia, Erin, and Steve -- and much more tomorrow.
... on their patient. This meant there was minimal face to face interaction on the wards but the team did come together for daily 'huddles' (MDT's). In terms of rehab pathways, here each therapist states whether they feel the patient would benefit from a 'rehab consult.' This meant that the rehab team would assess the patient and decide if they were suitable for the acute rehab ward. If they were not suitable, ...