Hillside Inn at Killington
Travel Blogs from Killington
... at the parking lot, as they picked up their other car and were headed to town. Thursday, July 31 2014 Woke up sick as all hell. Jumped out of the tent, ran to the woods, and got sick........not a good way to start off the day. That was at 8am, now it is 1pm.....finally starting to feel good enough to try and hike. Headed out at 2pm, and it is now 2:45pm.....back in the tent, the down pour started, and I'm tired as hell of being rained on - then drying everything out - only to have ...
... to get the folks involved that can put a workable solution in place. I also set up a local standing lab order for the blood work I will regularly need for my DF doctors. The assistants at the DHMC 3 L lab were terrific and helped tremendously with that.
I’ve learned that I have to be willing to advocate for myself, even when doing so adds stress. It’s a good thing I practice yoga. Thank you Jill and "Hanuman" too.
We are relieved that my treatment is underway. It was a really good week. Mark & Noah drove me home from The Brigham hospital in Boston Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday morning I got a short haircut. My FB friends say that I look "hip" and younger. I'll take that! My doctors anticipate that I will lose my hair over the next few weeks because the Chemo targets the fastest growing cells in our body. Our hair is ...
... It is not an understatement to say that in my case it saved my life.
The DF-BWCC pathologists obtained the biopsy and surgical slides, and they did what they do when asked to consult. They carefully re-examined everything, as if it were a first look. My diagnosis changed. We learned that I have a different kind of cancer than we had first been told. It is called Uterine Papillary Serous Carcinoma. It is a particularly aggressive type of ...
... tubing draped between other maple trees. It takes 40 gallons of sap to make a single gallon of maple syrup. The grade of maple syrups relates to when the sap was harvested from the trees. Early, mid, late, and last. The early is very mild, the mid and late are stronger and the last is the strongest of all. In order for the sap to flow the trees need to freeze at night and then thaw during the day. That is why they only have 5-7 weeks that the weather allows for the sap to flow. The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking