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Paul Bahre August 28, 2013 at 10:09 am
I do know the knees are the worst and the hips not as bad as the knees. I had two fingers sewn backRead More onto my left hand that boy did that hurt like hell. Make sure the doctor doesn't cheap out on the oxy.
The McLean Outpatient Rehab Team celebrates the opening of their new clinic in the Wellness Center on the McLean campus, 75 Great Pond Rd., Simsbury.
john v. Plante July 11, 2013 at 12:26 pm
This has to do with the article abouts hikers going up Rattlesnake Mtn. I also have been there inRead More about 1962. My then neighbours, George and Mable Dorman had their own cave story, they lived in Farmington all their lives. nThey both said that when they were young they went there and wooden framing and a door was still on it's opening. It's inhabitant was a native American, and had 2 wives. He was pilloried for fishing on the Sabbath, "They dumped their chamberpots on his head for a week." He sent the women off to N.Y. state and then, come next Sabbath, he burned down the barns of those responsible for his ordeal. Then he disappeared. This tale was handed down by the Dorman family. They were probably one of those that lost a barn.