It's day four up on Crotched Mountain and we haven't been attacked by any yetis as of yet. Court's therapies have been going great, I wanted to show a couple of my photos to give everyone a sense of the facility that we've been raving about.
Here's Courtney and myself. They won't allow you up the mountain unless you have a proper mountain man beard.
We found a secret tree house on our walk the other day, it's beautifully constructed with wooden planks and a skylight.
There's a playground across the field from our room in Hayden. I'm looking forward to swinging when it's a reasonable temperature outside.
There was a vicious pack of wild turkeys guarding the media center. I must be a city boy, I took at least forty photos of these birds.
We warmed up inside the greenhouse at Crotched Mountain, we saw the leftovers from the pumpkin patch and fall harvest as well.
I had originally thought the "mountain" in Crotched Mountain might be figurative, but I was wrong, there are a whole bunch of big ol' peaks surrounding the rehab center. The logo is some sort of magical wind.
Here's a sneak peak of Court's room, it's set up just like a dorm room with a bed and a few pieces of furniture. The stuffed dog is for her special pig-bear therapy (you'll have to ask Aunt Marti about that).
She sports some silly faces outside. While I always get Courtney's permission first, she still wonders why I would want to take her picture when she's still recovering. I hope she can see them one day soon. We're testing out her vision, she checks out on seeing light and distinguishing the color of lights, but she still can't see objects or faces. We're working with the Crotched Mountain doctors on a vision therapy plan.
We did a little exploring yesterday and found a candle pin bowling alley on the basement level of the athletic campus. She out-bowled Doug and me, using the bumpers to her advantage. There's a ton of activities for Court to do here, I'm anxious to hop in the therapy pool with her sometime.
I'm headed back to the city today for the next week, so everyone will have to send their love in my place.