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Toni Larson
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It was a Long Long Trip to Ft Worth
First of all--Aunt Louise has made great strides in the last few weeks.  She is eating again, gaining some weight, and talking clearly--though usually wryly and sometimes even sarcastically.  She still cannot walk more than a step and can stand for just a m...
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On the way to Aunt Louise's
I am sorry to be slow in posting but I have been out of wifi range for some days.  Oh how I hate driving through West Texas! Yes, I have chosen to drive to Ft Worth--the longer way.  First of all, Aunt Louise is now in Hospice but is showing very positive s...
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Christmas Day from Tucson
Today is Christmas Day--I hope it is wonderful for each of you reading this. For me it is becoming sad.  Aunt Louise has been in the hospital the last few days with, what appears to be, a small TIA.  Suzanne took her home last night and this morning she wok...
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Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area
Not much to blog about these days. The rounds of doctors, dentist, vet and the RV service center have kept me running in circles.  In the end, Daisy, Spirit and yours truly are all just fine. Now I have cleared my schedule and hope to take in a few activiti...
Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area
Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area
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Camping at Gordon Hirabayashi Recreation Area
The summer heat in Tucson is sometimes nearly unbearable.  But Tucson has a natural air-conditioner--Mt Lemmon--a 10,000 ft high mountain that rises straight up from the edge of the  city. At the top there is the very cool town of Summerhaven and the southe...
Camping at Gordon Hirabayashi Recreation Area
Camping at Gordon Hirabayashi Recreation Area
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Hattie's Typepad is no more!
It is with the sadist heart that I must type this announcement. Marianna Scheffer (of the Blog, Hattie's Typepad) died on November 29th after suffering for almost one year with lung cancer. Before her retirement Marianna taught (alongside my sister) reading...
Hattie's Typepad is no more!
Hattie's Typepad is no more!
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From Ft Worth to Tucson
Milestones:  I have now covered over 100,000 miles in the last 6 years of traveling.  I have had more than 200,000 views of my blog, I have traveled through 44 states, 4 Canadian Provinces, Washington D.C. and the Virgin Islands, (Hawaii and USVI by plane),...
From Ft Worth to Tucson
From Ft Worth to Tucson
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The Pythian's Castle
The week of Aunt Louise's birthday saw an abundance of birthday cakes, candles and very off-key singing.  I think the above was at the Olive Garden. (Kathy, Chelsea and Jerry) One day these cousins took us to Lucille's for a really good birthday lunch and m...
The Pythian's Castle
The Pythian's Castle
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Aunt Louise's 97th birthday party.
This blog has been sadly neglected the last few weeks soooo...time to catch up.  I arrived back in Ft. Worth a few days before Aunt Louise's 97th birthday party and to rehearse for the celebration, we took in a few lunches that included cake and candles. On...
Aunt Louise's 97th birthday party.
Aunt Louise's 97th birthday party.
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Museums from Womb to Tomb
Oklahoma City may have the usual museums centered around the west, its history, the native Americans, military, etc. but I skipped all of those.  I was determined to find something different and I sure did.  The Alfred Murrah Building Memorial was the start...
Museums from Womb to Tomb
Museums from Womb to Tomb
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