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Tue, May 5 10:07pm · Weaning off Metoprolol in Heart Rhythm Conditions

Watch Coumadin Levels, for anyone on it, or other anticoagulants, the article I consulted said to especially avoid Beet Greens in terms of Coumadin. It seemed Beets had a low Vitamin K value, but I'm not sure about Super Beets.

Tue, May 5 12:52pm · Visual Escapes and Daily Inspirations: Share Yours in COVID-19

Trailer looks interesting. Thanks for the links.

Tue, May 5 11:27am · Visual Escapes and Daily Inspirations: Share Yours in COVID-19

I thought so, I looked up the bank and saw it there. In my ignorance, I was unaware Harrisburg was on a river, but I saw that was the case too. Nice photos, great night view of the city. Thanks.

Tue, May 5 8:38am · Visual Escapes and Daily Inspirations: Share Yours in COVID-19

Most of the Trees here are in leaves. We had a Staghorn Sumac start from seed, by the bird feeders. We're going to try to manage its size. It's over 5 feet tall now, and I almost fainted last fall when I found all the "branches" on the ground. Turns out, the Leaf is actually a long stem with several leaves on it, so it lost its "Leaves" and not it's "Branches". Nearby we planted a Persian Parrotia, beautiful tree, this one is small yet, but we just moved here and had it planted, it was a good start from the nursery. At our previous house, we had an advanced start Persian Parrotia planted, it grew nicely sized, but compact still, over the 15 years we were there. And we had a Thundercloud Plum tree planted as well, but it was starting to develop issues. The Persian Parrotia is largely immune to many of the current tree diseases. We love trees.

I wish the warmer weather would start.

http://plants.pecksgreenthumb.com/12100002/Plant/269/Persian_Parrotia/

Mon, May 4 7:27pm · Visual Escapes and Daily Inspirations: Share Yours in COVID-19

The City from Mt. Washington, a Neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Delmont and Scottsdale, I think they used to run a Steam Engine Excursion ride from that area, I'm sure I've been in both towns. Not sure about Apollo, though my wife said she's sure we've been through there. Allegheny Mountains, that's a beautiful area. It's still cold here, snow and frost was forecast, but they dropped the snow. We've had warm days, but it turned colder again. Ugh!

Mon, May 4 2:33pm · Visual Escapes and Daily Inspirations: Share Yours in COVID-19

I'm in Pittsburgh, they're not around here. We used to vacation north of the city, just below Lake Erie, in the Pymatinung Area, a huge man made lake and park system. She says she believes we've seen a few there. Thanks so much, interesting photos.