Sunday Morning – Remodeling HQ
FG HQ is getting some interior decorating done. We're getting all new office furniture and a full remodel of the office space. So, starting yesterday we will experience some gaps in coverage as equipment is unhooked and reconnected, etc. It's called "getting the Geezer a nice place to work." I'll be able to glance out the window again, too.
It's all going to be nice, but pardon me if I'm slow to respond to your emails for a couple more days. This is all part of the grand relocation 20 miles up the road from the original site. Don't believe the rumors, though. The original site has NOT been nominated for a Historic Site protection.
I have a nice online browsing suggestion for you this morning that will keep you occupied while we're waiting for the big Sunday breakfast to hit the table. There is an EMS software developer who has set up a special section in his website to practice his hobby of collecting photos of older ambulances. His name is Ken Anderson and he lives up in Maine, a lovely state to visit, I might add. I've always enjoyed it up there, but have explicitly avoided the winter months.
Anyway, Ken has loaded up a number of pages displaying vintage ambulance photos that are categorized by decade beginning with Pre-1900, then 1900-1910, and continuing on up through the 1980's. I don't remember how I came across this website or if someone sent me the link, but I'm glad it happened. I have always enjoyed looking at vintage ambulances because they also show a slice of life and means from their respective era's.
Lynchburg Life Saving and First Aid Crew – 1918
So after we finish with the today's equipment check, you might want to CLICK HERE and begin your travel back in time for a while. I'll get some extra coffee going before the big spread is ready. See you back in the day room.
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