billeyler: (face in the sunlight)
[second attempt--the first post disappeared]

Not sure this Facebook album is viewable by everyone, but here goes.

We're both seriously jet-lagged, even 5 days after returning from the trip. Puts a serious crimp into productivity. We can't even stay awake past 7pm in the evenings right now!

Hope this passes soon!

Great memories though of this exotic trip!

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billeyler: (Airplane)
Here's the link to the little Facebook album I put together of our trip. I don't know if it will work unless you have a Facebook account, but it works for me. For now.

Five days after we're back, we're both still seriously jet-lagged. Again last night, we both fell asleep within minutes of sitting in our recliners to watch an episode of "Under the Dome". This time I was able to crawl into bed about 10pm (after having slept 3 hours already), then woke up for realsies at 3:30am.

Makes it difficult to work with good concentration. Hope this passes soon!

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Day 2 or 3

Nov. 6th, 2011 01:54 am
billeyler: (Airplane)
After 28 hours of very little sleep, flying from ABQ to Chicago to Zurich to Istanbul, we're here!

I can't remember if this is day 2 or day 3. Three I think. But we had a wonderful walk around old Istanbul last night to get our bearings. The city is touristy, but not in the in-your-face Disney like way, more like, 'this is part of our culture, we're Turkish, and we always will be" kind of way.

Really, the flights and customs were effortless, but since I was approaching zombie-like state anyway, it was just as well that we just went here and there and it all just happened.

Danny is in heaven with halveh everywhere! We're at the charming Hotel Tria right in the thick of old Istanbul. The rooftop view (just above our room) has a 360 degree view of the Bosphorus, the Blue Mosque, Haggia Sophia (sp?), and much of the old area. It's tiny little two way streets built for donkey carts at most, very exciting! The city is lit up at night, which was our first views.

As the breakfast this morning (included, [livejournal.com profile] bearfuz), we chatted up a charming Irish couple who was leaving today. They gave us some more hints on things to do in our 1 1/2 days remaining. This is just a way stop for them; they've been here many times and always come to this hotel. They are on their way to India, then Cook Islands for holiday. Wow!

Not feeling jet lagged at all here, with the sun shining in through our Bosphorus facing hotel windows and a solid 10 hours of sleep behind me.

Off to our adventures!

Day 2 or 3

Nov. 6th, 2011 01:54 am
billeyler: (Airplane)
After 28 hours of very little sleep, flying from ABQ to Chicago to Zurich to Istanbul, we're here!

I can't remember if this is day 2 or day 3. Three I think. But we had a wonderful walk around old Istanbul last night to get our bearings. The city is touristy, but not in the in-your-face Disney like way, more like, 'this is part of our culture, we're Turkish, and we always will be" kind of way.

Really, the flights and customs were effortless, but since I was approaching zombie-like state anyway, it was just as well that we just went here and there and it all just happened.

Danny is in heaven with halveh everywhere! We're at the charming Hotel Tria right in the thick of old Istanbul. The rooftop view (just above our room) has a 360 degree view of the Bosphorus, the Blue Mosque, Haggia Sophia (sp?), and much of the old area. It's tiny little two way streets built for donkey carts at most, very exciting! The city is lit up at night, which was our first views.

As the breakfast this morning (included, [livejournal.com profile] bearfuz), we chatted up a charming Irish couple who was leaving today. They gave us some more hints on things to do in our 1 1/2 days remaining. This is just a way stop for them; they've been here many times and always come to this hotel. They are on their way to India, then Cook Islands for holiday. Wow!

Not feeling jet lagged at all here, with the sun shining in through our Bosphorus facing hotel windows and a solid 10 hours of sleep behind me.

Off to our adventures!
billeyler: (snow cold penguin)
Granby Colorado is just a few miles from the Snow Mountain Ranch we stayed at for the Denver Rocky Mountain Rainbeaus flyin. I'm so glad it was the first weekend and not the second weekend of October we were there!

Oct 1-2 high temps 78 and 75 dry and clear

Oct 8-9 high temps 34 and 37 with snow

Whew!
billeyler: (snow cold penguin)
Granby Colorado is just a few miles from the Snow Mountain Ranch we stayed at for the Denver Rocky Mountain Rainbeaus flyin. I'm so glad it was the first weekend and not the second weekend of October we were there!

Oct 1-2 high temps 78 and 75 dry and clear

Oct 8-9 high temps 34 and 37 with snow

Whew!
billeyler: (Bill and Danny)
It was hard to keep up with the energy of the four instructors for the first StarHoppers Astronomy for Adults weekend! Of course, some of that was exascerbated by having gone with 4 of our friends and having way too much fun dishing, laughing, eating and drinking. The field station, with its 4+ houses, conference center, dark skies, and endless open space was definitely a great choice for the weekend. Here are the festive bunch of the 15 participants: Marc, Joe, David M, David H, me and Danny.



Our casita (I aimed the camera wrong).


A former co-workers from the Lodestar Astronomy Center, Karen Keese and Judy Stanley hosted this intensive workshop for us newbies. I can certainly say we learned an immense amount in two days, in spite of most of us being middle-aged with fried brain cells. We have an enormous amount of handouts and catalogs to go through at our leisure.

Karen, setting up the nightlights out to the outdoor star-viewing area.



Friday night started with a lecture on (of course) beginner's astronomy, introductions of the other two co-instructors Barry and Lisa, discussion on how to use binoculars for first attempts at star viewing. The night skies outside were disappointingly cloudy, but there were a few breaks here and there to look at things in the western sky.

Saturday started with a light breakfast in our 6-person house (each of us had separate bedrooms and we actually had a master suite!). All of us gathered at 9am for a talk about the nature preserve, then 3 carloads of us loaded up for a 3 hour drive/tour of the SNWP. The land varied a LOT over the area we covered, from grama grasslands, to juniper/pinon highlands. A highlight was a walk down a mini-canyon created by a natural spring (Cibola Springs)and rain runoff over thousands of years.



One the way back, a herd of antelope was sprinting along the grasslands near us, but as a driver, I couldn't snap a pic.

We regrouped at the conference center (a largish room in a building of labs and such) for a light lunch. Marc and Joe ended up sleeping the whole afternoon, so missed the great sessions in the afternoon, ending with a demo on how to put together and break down telescopes. We learned a LOT in a very short period of time, since it was geared to adults, and not the normal 6 to 12 year olds classes often have.

I had made a tofu lasagna for the meal. Along with that, the boys put together a salad, sauteed veggies, a lot of wine, dessert. Somehow, we wobbled back to the conference center patio for the evening hands-on with the telescopes.

The fifteen of us were a keen lot, that was for sure. Barry, one of the sub-instructors, was the most enthusiatic amateur astronomer, and although all the instructors were excellent in 1 on 1 handling of us newbies, he was the most animated, very Clark Baker-like in his enthusiasm. Danny did REALLY well, finding some Messier objects from the Sky Map without any help, using the Orion 8" telescope.

By 10:30, most of the students start faded, including me, but Danny kept on until nearly 11. The instructors were keen to stay all night. Danny was a star (pun intended) for picking out M13 in near record time! I was able to see some of the globby places (like the Beehive) with my naked eye. Karen had done a fabulous time pointing out dozens of formations and asterisms with a powerful green-light laser.

We had more yakking and drinks back in the house, then faded off to sleep again.

Sunday morning was a major feast of a brunch, with waffles and fruit, mimosas, coffee, yogurt and fruit, eggs and bacon. I'm sure I put on five pounds this weekend from all the feasting. We packed up all our belongings, carted them down the hill to our cars, then gathered in the conference center for the last session. This one was mostly a written-evaluation of the weekend (it was very good!), and a lot of great doorprizes for all of us.

We all said our goodbyes, pleased with the experience. The drive back was short and sweet, only being 45 minutes. Another lovely spring day (with requisite breezes, of course).

We're pooped!
billeyler: (Bill and Danny)
It was hard to keep up with the energy of the four instructors for the first StarHoppers Astronomy for Adults weekend! Of course, some of that was exascerbated by having gone with 4 of our friends and having way too much fun dishing, laughing, eating and drinking. The field station, with its 4+ houses, conference center, dark skies, and endless open space was definitely a great choice for the weekend. Here are the festive bunch of the 15 participants: Marc, Joe, David M, David H, me and Danny.



Our casita (I aimed the camera wrong).


A former co-workers from the Lodestar Astronomy Center, Karen Keese and Judy Stanley hosted this intensive workshop for us newbies. I can certainly say we learned an immense amount in two days, in spite of most of us being middle-aged with fried brain cells. We have an enormous amount of handouts and catalogs to go through at our leisure.

Karen, setting up the nightlights out to the outdoor star-viewing area.



Friday night started with a lecture on (of course) beginner's astronomy, introductions of the other two co-instructors Barry and Lisa, discussion on how to use binoculars for first attempts at star viewing. The night skies outside were disappointingly cloudy, but there were a few breaks here and there to look at things in the western sky.

Saturday started with a light breakfast in our 6-person house (each of us had separate bedrooms and we actually had a master suite!). All of us gathered at 9am for a talk about the nature preserve, then 3 carloads of us loaded up for a 3 hour drive/tour of the SNWP. The land varied a LOT over the area we covered, from grama grasslands, to juniper/pinon highlands. A highlight was a walk down a mini-canyon created by a natural spring (Cibola Springs)and rain runoff over thousands of years.



One the way back, a herd of antelope was sprinting along the grasslands near us, but as a driver, I couldn't snap a pic.

We regrouped at the conference center (a largish room in a building of labs and such) for a light lunch. Marc and Joe ended up sleeping the whole afternoon, so missed the great sessions in the afternoon, ending with a demo on how to put together and break down telescopes. We learned a LOT in a very short period of time, since it was geared to adults, and not the normal 6 to 12 year olds classes often have.

I had made a tofu lasagna for the meal. Along with that, the boys put together a salad, sauteed veggies, a lot of wine, dessert. Somehow, we wobbled back to the conference center patio for the evening hands-on with the telescopes.

The fifteen of us were a keen lot, that was for sure. Barry, one of the sub-instructors, was the most enthusiatic amateur astronomer, and although all the instructors were excellent in 1 on 1 handling of us newbies, he was the most animated, very Clark Baker-like in his enthusiasm. Danny did REALLY well, finding some Messier objects from the Sky Map without any help, using the Orion 8" telescope.

By 10:30, most of the students start faded, including me, but Danny kept on until nearly 11. The instructors were keen to stay all night. Danny was a star (pun intended) for picking out M13 in near record time! I was able to see some of the globby places (like the Beehive) with my naked eye. Karen had done a fabulous time pointing out dozens of formations and asterisms with a powerful green-light laser.

We had more yakking and drinks back in the house, then faded off to sleep again.

Sunday morning was a major feast of a brunch, with waffles and fruit, mimosas, coffee, yogurt and fruit, eggs and bacon. I'm sure I put on five pounds this weekend from all the feasting. We packed up all our belongings, carted them down the hill to our cars, then gathered in the conference center for the last session. This one was mostly a written-evaluation of the weekend (it was very good!), and a lot of great doorprizes for all of us.

We all said our goodbyes, pleased with the experience. The drive back was short and sweet, only being 45 minutes. Another lovely spring day (with requisite breezes, of course).

We're pooped!

Thankful

Nov. 27th, 2008 08:55 am
billeyler: (Bill and Danny)
...that Danny is coming with me on this trip to Vancouver. Here we sit at the ABQ airport, a much less crowded airport than I was anticipating. We're both tapping away on our respective laptops, enjoying the peace (and free wireless connection). I brought along a DVD a coworker loaned to me, "Everything is Illuminated."

Had my turkey dinner last night at Mannie's before we packed for the trip. I'm glad I did pack early, because I ended up in a nearly 90 minute talk with my old high school friend Dale. I hadn't heard from him in quite a while. A recent email to him bounced; turns out he changed his email address some time ago and didn't tell moi. He's having severe health issues caused by his paralysis from 1994. This time it's from a gluteal ulcer he had that had to be cut out down to the bone. He nearly died from that one, and the recovery time is going to be about 8 months, if he completely heals. He's still thankful that he's around and has his family.

I've downloaded [livejournal.com profile] allanh's draft of the December GCA newsletter to proof sometime in the next five days. Should be plenty of leisure time to do that!

It's a drizzly sprinky rain out right now here in ABQ and in the low 40s. Probably snow in the mountains around here. This is the type of weather we're expecting in Seattle and Vancouver, not so much here!

Danny had adventures with the alarm system before we left, but that seems to be all cleared up now. The flooring guys should be able to do their stuff on Monday and Tuesday. The floor is completely laid upstairs now and the French doors have been corrected to accomodate the additional height. They still have to complete the stairwell, but that should happen Monday.

Looking forward to the visit this coming week!

Hope no one here has friends or relatives in Mumbai right now. That situation is escalating out of control.

Happy holiday to all!

Thankful

Nov. 27th, 2008 08:55 am
billeyler: (Bill and Danny)
...that Danny is coming with me on this trip to Vancouver. Here we sit at the ABQ airport, a much less crowded airport than I was anticipating. We're both tapping away on our respective laptops, enjoying the peace (and free wireless connection). I brought along a DVD a coworker loaned to me, "Everything is Illuminated."

Had my turkey dinner last night at Mannie's before we packed for the trip. I'm glad I did pack early, because I ended up in a nearly 90 minute talk with my old high school friend Dale. I hadn't heard from him in quite a while. A recent email to him bounced; turns out he changed his email address some time ago and didn't tell moi. He's having severe health issues caused by his paralysis from 1994. This time it's from a gluteal ulcer he had that had to be cut out down to the bone. He nearly died from that one, and the recovery time is going to be about 8 months, if he completely heals. He's still thankful that he's around and has his family.

I've downloaded [livejournal.com profile] allanh's draft of the December GCA newsletter to proof sometime in the next five days. Should be plenty of leisure time to do that!

It's a drizzly sprinky rain out right now here in ABQ and in the low 40s. Probably snow in the mountains around here. This is the type of weather we're expecting in Seattle and Vancouver, not so much here!

Danny had adventures with the alarm system before we left, but that seems to be all cleared up now. The flooring guys should be able to do their stuff on Monday and Tuesday. The floor is completely laid upstairs now and the French doors have been corrected to accomodate the additional height. They still have to complete the stairwell, but that should happen Monday.

Looking forward to the visit this coming week!

Hope no one here has friends or relatives in Mumbai right now. That situation is escalating out of control.

Happy holiday to all!
billeyler: (caller)
Saturday dawned as another beautiful day in Colorado.  I slept soundly and woke up about 8:30 finally.

Sharon was about to head out to the store for some breakfast pick-me-ups (she doesn't cook), so I fired up the laptop and started a very productive morning.  After snacking for breakies, I got through 24 new C1 sequences and wrote up my bio for the Sneak-a-Peek in an upcoming American Square Dance magazine.  Read up on the history of Colfax Street and Aurora on the ever-helpful wikipedia.org.

After I closed up shop, we poked around Sharon's patio she had made and talked about her plants.  She's quite handy, having laid the patio herself and built the privacy fence around her mini-yard.  Quite nice.

Since Sharon dances through Plus only, they made arrangements for Joy to pick me up at 2 to haul me down to the Washington Street Community Center (an interesting old building that I finally discovered was built in 1907 as the Ohio Street Congregational Church, used until 1966).

We got there with 30 minutes to spare for me to set up the sound equipment again while Joy set up for the later potluck.  By 3pm when the C1 dance was to start, we only had 5 dancers.  Finally, by 3:15 we had 7 plus me; I had the foresight to bring my wireless headset this time, so filled in as the 8th dancer until someone else arrived about 3:25.

The afternoon dance ended at 5.  All told, there were 10 that showed up for that session.  They thought they'd have 24 or so.  Hmm.

The potluck was lightly attended, too.  Several of the C1 dancers escaped to set up for a games night they were having somewhere.  The food that was there was tasty and plentiful, though.  The theme was "Masquerade" for the evening, but only 2 people brought anything resembling costumes, one of them being Sharon.  I wore some Mardi Gras beads and a boa.  The face mask I brought was too cumbersome to call in.

I started the 7pm Mainstream and Plus dance at 6:30 by teaching 2 line dances, "CC Shuffle" and "Down on the Corner," both well received for the 12 or so that joined in.  I interspersed a couple of other line dances and mixers into the program with the alternating square dance tips and tried very hard to keep the interest up.  I just think they're all burned out by dancing both Tuesdays and Thursdays already, then having a weekend of more dancing that's nearly like a flyin.  There was one poor woman, very small, who was totally hopeless.  It was like pulling teeth to get anyone into her square, but they finally filled in several minutes after I put the music on.

Apparently they had asked me to call for them in October 2009 the same weekend we're hosting the A&C weekend.  I thought I was booked for a month earlier, but that's their 25th anniversary flyin with Anne U and Deborah CJ calling.  I'll have to check my schedule when I get home.  In any case, I'm going to take my name out of future monthly dances with them.  I'm booked to call on my birthday next year, but I think Danny and I should plan something special for my 55th.

A 25 minute drive back home with Sharon.  We sat up chatting for a bit, yakking about rental properties and such, then off to bed with me being VERY tired.  Part 2 of my night, next post.
billeyler: (caller)
Saturday dawned as another beautiful day in Colorado.  I slept soundly and woke up about 8:30 finally.

Sharon was about to head out to the store for some breakfast pick-me-ups (she doesn't cook), so I fired up the laptop and started a very productive morning.  After snacking for breakies, I got through 24 new C1 sequences and wrote up my bio for the Sneak-a-Peek in an upcoming American Square Dance magazine.  Read up on the history of Colfax Street and Aurora on the ever-helpful wikipedia.org.

After I closed up shop, we poked around Sharon's patio she had made and talked about her plants.  She's quite handy, having laid the patio herself and built the privacy fence around her mini-yard.  Quite nice.

Since Sharon dances through Plus only, they made arrangements for Joy to pick me up at 2 to haul me down to the Washington Street Community Center (an interesting old building that I finally discovered was built in 1907 as the Ohio Street Congregational Church, used until 1966).

We got there with 30 minutes to spare for me to set up the sound equipment again while Joy set up for the later potluck.  By 3pm when the C1 dance was to start, we only had 5 dancers.  Finally, by 3:15 we had 7 plus me; I had the foresight to bring my wireless headset this time, so filled in as the 8th dancer until someone else arrived about 3:25.

The afternoon dance ended at 5.  All told, there were 10 that showed up for that session.  They thought they'd have 24 or so.  Hmm.

The potluck was lightly attended, too.  Several of the C1 dancers escaped to set up for a games night they were having somewhere.  The food that was there was tasty and plentiful, though.  The theme was "Masquerade" for the evening, but only 2 people brought anything resembling costumes, one of them being Sharon.  I wore some Mardi Gras beads and a boa.  The face mask I brought was too cumbersome to call in.

I started the 7pm Mainstream and Plus dance at 6:30 by teaching 2 line dances, "CC Shuffle" and "Down on the Corner," both well received for the 12 or so that joined in.  I interspersed a couple of other line dances and mixers into the program with the alternating square dance tips and tried very hard to keep the interest up.  I just think they're all burned out by dancing both Tuesdays and Thursdays already, then having a weekend of more dancing that's nearly like a flyin.  There was one poor woman, very small, who was totally hopeless.  It was like pulling teeth to get anyone into her square, but they finally filled in several minutes after I put the music on.

Apparently they had asked me to call for them in October 2009 the same weekend we're hosting the A&C weekend.  I thought I was booked for a month earlier, but that's their 25th anniversary flyin with Anne U and Deborah CJ calling.  I'll have to check my schedule when I get home.  In any case, I'm going to take my name out of future monthly dances with them.  I'm booked to call on my birthday next year, but I think Danny and I should plan something special for my 55th.

A 25 minute drive back home with Sharon.  We sat up chatting for a bit, yakking about rental properties and such, then off to bed with me being VERY tired.  Part 2 of my night, next post.
billeyler: (Bill and Danny)
2890 miles later, we're home.  All miles driven in ONE time zone!  My trusty 2004 Saturn Vue performed flawlessly!

Got back about 3pm yesterday.  Except for mowing the overgrown grass, messing with the pool a bit, reading through some mail, Danny and I just collapsed in a heap and caught up on TV for the evening.

Day-by-day posting of trip coming! 
billeyler: (Bill and Danny)
2890 miles later, we're home.  All miles driven in ONE time zone!  My trusty 2004 Saturn Vue performed flawlessly!

Got back about 3pm yesterday.  Except for mowing the overgrown grass, messing with the pool a bit, reading through some mail, Danny and I just collapsed in a heap and caught up on TV for the evening.

Day-by-day posting of trip coming! 
billeyler: (Default)
The boys at dinner last Saturday at the Blue Bonnet, just a few blocks from the dance center. Frank, Travis, Bret, Ralph, me, and Don. I'm wearing my new C1 appropriate "No More Mr Nice Guy T-shirt:



Sunday morning, the Rainbeau's decorated float, totally sound-system free. A square of dancers fits very nicely on that trailer!

billeyler: (Default)
The boys at dinner last Saturday at the Blue Bonnet, just a few blocks from the dance center. Frank, Travis, Bret, Ralph, me, and Don. I'm wearing my new C1 appropriate "No More Mr Nice Guy T-shirt:



Sunday morning, the Rainbeau's decorated float, totally sound-system free. A square of dancers fits very nicely on that trailer!

billeyler: (Default)
Sometime around Sunday morning, my brain completely shorted out...flight to LAX, 3 days of Callerlab, 2 days of visiting friends in LA area,


the flight back home, an afternoon and morning of prep for the 25th anniversary day, hosting 4 guys from out of town...

BOOM!

There are zen moments in life though. We arrived home on Friday to this...




I'm sure I'll post more about the adventures of the last 9 days, but for now, the lone daffodil tells my story.
billeyler: (Default)
Sometime around Sunday morning, my brain completely shorted out...flight to LAX, 3 days of Callerlab, 2 days of visiting friends in LA area,


the flight back home, an afternoon and morning of prep for the 25th anniversary day, hosting 4 guys from out of town...

BOOM!

There are zen moments in life though. We arrived home on Friday to this...




I'm sure I'll post more about the adventures of the last 9 days, but for now, the lone daffodil tells my story.

Moods

Dec. 1st, 2005 11:51 am
billeyler: (Default)
Danny and I are both feeling mildly irritable lately, but I'm sure it'll pass. Probably just the come-down from the Thanksgiving holiday trip. We travel well together.

This coming Saturday and Sunday are more non-weekends for us, since I'm glutted with yardwork coming up on Saturday, then meetings for most of Sunday. Sigh.

The past two nights I've gone to bed at 10pm, actually BEFORE Danny, which is an oddity in itself. I've been totally drained...hope this isn't the beginnings of the crud that seems to be going around.

Had another minor a-fib episode on Thanksgiving night, which was a surprise since they only happened every five or six years apart before. Woke bolt upright at 12:30am with the racing, sloshy heart. Turning on the light in the motel woke Danny, so he was up like a shot, too. This time, I took two aspirins and one Diltiazin and opted not to go to the ER for this one.

Within about 90 minutes, my heartrate had dropped from the 120s to the 70s, so I was able to fade off to sleep, although I still had the a-fib. Woke somewhat groggy the next morning, but the a-fib was gone. Hooray! It was probably the combination of the meals during the day and the several drinks later that evening. Silly me should know better.

Plowed through an entertaining Robert Parker novel in two sittings. It's always nice to read for pleasure. Started on another Patricia Cornwall book, "The Last Precinct." I had actually read her latest one a few months ago, so I'm backtracking to get some of the Scarpetta history.

Moods

Dec. 1st, 2005 11:51 am
billeyler: (Default)
Danny and I are both feeling mildly irritable lately, but I'm sure it'll pass. Probably just the come-down from the Thanksgiving holiday trip. We travel well together.

This coming Saturday and Sunday are more non-weekends for us, since I'm glutted with yardwork coming up on Saturday, then meetings for most of Sunday. Sigh.

The past two nights I've gone to bed at 10pm, actually BEFORE Danny, which is an oddity in itself. I've been totally drained...hope this isn't the beginnings of the crud that seems to be going around.

Had another minor a-fib episode on Thanksgiving night, which was a surprise since they only happened every five or six years apart before. Woke bolt upright at 12:30am with the racing, sloshy heart. Turning on the light in the motel woke Danny, so he was up like a shot, too. This time, I took two aspirins and one Diltiazin and opted not to go to the ER for this one.

Within about 90 minutes, my heartrate had dropped from the 120s to the 70s, so I was able to fade off to sleep, although I still had the a-fib. Woke somewhat groggy the next morning, but the a-fib was gone. Hooray! It was probably the combination of the meals during the day and the several drinks later that evening. Silly me should know better.

Plowed through an entertaining Robert Parker novel in two sittings. It's always nice to read for pleasure. Started on another Patricia Cornwall book, "The Last Precinct." I had actually read her latest one a few months ago, so I'm backtracking to get some of the Scarpetta history.

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