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Hope to see you all there.
Thanks to Dr Phil Freedman for a very informative talk on Emergency Medicine. Also for all the advice on what equipment we need and how to use it. We now have oxygen to accompany our Defibrillator.
We are on schedule to open the Allan Ivy Photography Gallery on Friday 28th May. The building work is finished and we are printing and framing photographs and will be hanging the first exhibition soon!!
You are all welcome!!
Gordon Possien has been earning his living as a carver of wood since 1979. Each of his wood carvings is an original creation. An endless imagination is his main ingredient for his talent of working with wood.
Gordon's studio is located high in the Colorado Rockies in the small town of Pitkin, Colorado. At an elevation of 9,245 feet, Pitkin is on the old Denver and South Park railroad line in Gunnison County, 28 miles northwest of Gunnison. Pitkin was Colorado's first mining camp west of the continental divide. Continuous discovery of mines in the vicinity brought Pitkinto life and sustained it for many years. In 1884, the hotels and restaurants were serving over five hundred guests on Sundays. The town boasted of having over two thousand inhabitants. The remote mountain hamlet was booming! Today, the population is around 100 inhabitants, just a quite little laid back mountain town.
Coming back from Montrose with more building supplies for the new Recreation Room I came across this scene. Blue Mesa Lake is still iced over but despite that you can see why they called it the Blue Mesa Lake.
Hill House Farm