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Roberta Health and Rehab

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I stopped here unannounced. I let them know about the respect I have for their occupation.

I enjoy these visits. They keep me near the soul of my purpose. It’s heartwarming to spend time at a Senior Care facility.

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Monument Valley, UT – pictures

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In memory of a good guy

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One step at a time, heading my west

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Dr. Francis S. Collins – National Institutes of Health

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The Nun Study and Time Magazine

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This man had an alzheimers connection

Sorry for his loss. It was a pleasure meeting them and chatting with them.

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Some more folks – took a photo for me

I think I met these two while asking them to take a picture for me. I enjoyed meeting and chatting with them.

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This lady just came from the Hike Inn

She told me that she is not fast, but can go far. She had been far when I met her today. I enjoyed meeting and chatting with her.

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A short walk down High Shoals Rd

Mark and I ran into each other at the top of the falls parking lot. He was chatting with two folks about the park.

We headed down the East Ridge Trail. We both held back and we decided to go elsewhere. The East Ridge Trail is extremely rocky for about the first 1/4 mile. The rocks are not enjoyable.

We headed back across the top of the falls and headed to High Shoals Rd. We went out into the forest. We had gone about 1/2 mile and Mark stuck his hand out to stop me. It was an extremely beautiful copperhead. It was in the road. We knew it would not be safe there. We looked around, found a stick and picked up the snake and moved it out of harms way. He possibly might have went back out in the road after we left, but we did our part.

We kept a watch and turned around when we knew we would end up back at the lodge at the perfect time for lunch.

We had a great lunch, with great conversation, and then Mark headed home.

We didn’t run, didn’t jog, we walked.

Amicalola Falls State Park in North Georgia

August 21st 2015