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About Trainman-2

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    Bunnell, FL 32110
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    Historical Exploration & Restoration; 7/8" Scale Model Trains; trainman2@hughes.net
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  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Western Caribbean

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  1. Her name is Booty and we were lucky to get her as a rescue. Australian Cattle Dog Blue Healer Border Collie
  2. The hospital where I go for my chemo-therapy has volunteers who bring specially trained puppies or small dogs and they visit the Doctor's offices and infusion centers. A fantastic thing for these volunteers to do...
  3. An article on this in this morning's Daytona Beach News-Journal is worth reading. http://www.news-journalonline.com/news/20180819/service-dogs-dilemma-loads-of-fakes-detrimental-to-legitimate-helper-animals
  4. Only dogs and mini horses are recognized by the ADA as trainable as service animals.
  5. I suspect that a lot of the people who get sick on cruise ships already had the sickness when they boarded.
  6. RCI Food is always better than School Cafeteria or US Army food! We have never had a problem finding something to eat which we enjoyed in either the MDR or the Windjammer.
  7. We recommend the Drive "Nitro" rollators. In the photo I have the "big guy" version and my wife has the regular size. You can see in this photo that they fold up almost flat and don't take up much room in the car or the cabin. (Yes, they are both in there) We use them to walk along the pier and take sit down breaks when we get tired. Because they fold up nicely we never have a problem getting a taxi that can carry us and the two rollators. They are a bit "pricey" and there are plenty of cheaper rollators around but the "you get what you pay for rules applies here."
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