Mom Hatch underwent surgery to remove a mass in her colon today. The doctor said it was about the size of a 50 cent piece. The surgery went as expected and she is doing well.
This morning we all went into town. Mike had a follow-up appointment with the cardiologist. The doctor said Mike is doing better than expected. We are so happy he is doing well. While Mike and Leslie were at the doctor’s office John and I walked two blocks to the farmers’ market to look around. There were vendors selling homemade soap, lotions, breads, cinnamon rolls, cheese, beef, vegetables, fruit, and jewelry. After walking through the market we purchased some soap and a cinnamon roll then walked back to the doctor’s office to wait for Mike and Leslie. Our timing was perfect. A few minutes after we returned Mike and Leslie were ready to go.
On our way back home we couldn’t resist stopping by the organic vegetable farm to see what new vegetables they had. We got more Swiss chard, wax beans, potatoes, Japanese eggplant and a large tomato. Our next stop was the Dewey School Museum located just a few miles from the campground. The school had been in operation from 1844 to 1963. When we arrived the volunteer was packing up her things to leave after giving a tour to a day care group. She was more than happy to stay a few more minutes and talk to us about the school.
Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.
LOVE the dunce hat! LOL What a great old school house. Readin, Ritin, and Rithmatic!ReplyDelete
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