BoneRemake

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Birthdate: October 5th, 2001 (12 years old)
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Here , there, and gone again. I am the wind!

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bareboards2 says...

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Rest of my life

Sally was talking about her struggles to do regular exercise, and I told her about you being my witness and how it has been so fricking helpful for me.

So I offered to be her witness.

I don't know if she will take me up on the offer, but still.

We had a great time yesterday. Spent a loooooong time at the sculpture park. It was NOT what I was expecting -- it was 50 times better. It is a huge stand of trees in the middle of a residential area, with trails running every which way. There are installations of pieces tucked away in the most amazing places. Sally is a visual artist, and having her perspective on the pieces made a fun stroll into an educational one.

Hurricane Ridge -- we could see the range of mountains east of Vancouver. Incredibly clear day!

It was so beautiful, we drove around Crescent Lake and went for a four mile (plus+) hike on the Spruce Railroad Trail. So the grade was easy peasy. It followed the lake and at times it was at lake level.

I left the house at 8:30 am and got home at 10:30 pm. Looooong day. And great!

siftbot says...

Happy anniversary! Today marks year number 5 since you first became a Sifter and the community is better for having you. Thanks for your contributions!


bareboards2 says...

Every time I see a bunny, I think of you. And Baxter. Hoping you both are well.

And that happens a lot, because I have a FB buddette who constantly posts photos and vids of bunnies.

bareboards2 says...

Thirteen down.

Got my first solid confirmation of gaining strength.

I went to the Starlight Theater last night.

http://blogs.seattletimes.com/popcornandprejudice/2014/03/11/movie-glamour-in-port-townsend/

On the third floor of an old Victorian building. Which means the stairs between floors are MUCH longer and steeper than you find in modern buildings.

Usually when I go, by the time I get to the third floor, my heart is pounding and I am gulping for air (I didn't go really slow up the stairs.)

Last night? Some heart pounding. A little out of breath. I don't think anyone could have heard it though, and I could talk without sounding like I was dying.

Yippee for me!

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