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Jul 11, 2013

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Nerdtacular: 41 hours of puckered adventuring
Thanks to Bill Sellars
Hi to Charlene & Clinton Lovell
Finger Wigglies in effect
21812 in hand!
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almost eleven years ago

Fantastic story George. I admire your perseverance and your ability to keep your cool during an intense period. If I were in such a situation I think I would have lost it at some point.


almost eleven years ago

Sounds like you had fun in my favorite canyon. Sorry bout the landslides that sucks. You were on the most avalanche prone stretch of roadway in the country. Come ski at Alta some time!

almost eleven years ago

In Holland we are on the right path. Note that I auto translated the news item to save the trouble of completely having to do it again...

"Pastor to advise vaccination '
Pastors should advise believers still to vaccinate their children. "Vaccination is not against the will of God."

So say former Minister Els Borst (D66) and VVD senator and medical ethics Heleen Dupuis Friday in the AD (Dutch Newspaper).

The two find that the advancing measles epidemic must be stopped. It is now broken rubella.

Because especially Reformed parents refuse their children from religious beliefs to vaccinate they find that for pastors a role to play. '' If everything is the will of God, then the invention of the vaccine that also, like seatbelts, "Els Borst to enter.

Both politicians are afraid that the polio disease breaks out again. According to Dupuis, the consequences still more radical.