Africa 01966 USA Revisited

Last fall, Janet and I found a small private park populated by amazing African animal sculptures. I loved that place. Over months of hospitalization recovering from cancer related disabilities, I often thought of seeing "my" special animals again. Today I did, and on foot – I walked 1/2 mile up Phillips Avenue and home again using my rollator (a hybrid walker with four wheels http://whatisarollator.com/) under the watchful eyes of Janet. Not much of a hike for most people, but a milestone for me. I rested for a moment while removing my camera from the bag under the rollator seat and to shoot this photo. Events similar to this happen often, and the satisfaction they impart encourage one to continue down the path to better health.

Last fall, Janet and I found a small private park populated by amazing African animal sculptures. I loved that place. Over months of hospitalization recovering from cancer related disabilities, I often thought of seeing “my” special animals again. Today I did, and on foot – I walked 1/2 mile up Phillips Avenue and home again using my rollator (a hybrid walker with four wheels http://whatisarollator.com/) under the watchful eyes of Janet. Not much of a hike for most people, but a milestone for me. I rested for a moment while removing my camera from the bag under the rollator seat and to shoot this photo. Events similar to this happen often, and the satisfaction they impart encourages one to continue down the path to better health.

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