Had a great weekend but the images to go along with the blog on it are on the small snap shot cameras and I haven't down-loaded them yet. I'll try to get to them tonight as if I wait much longer I might forget what it was all about. urggh, age ain't it great. Today I had a couple of good assignments one was on this peanut-sniffing dog training. I guess they train the peanut sniffing dogs much like drug dogs they are just sniffing out different substances. Anyway some kids are so allergic that they can go into anti-falatic shock and die even if they breathe peanuts from someone's breathe or touch a doorknob with peanut butter on it. Dogs are trained and families can buy the dogs. There's a waiting-line as yo can imagine for dogs like these. They run ten grand or so. This dog's name was Sage and she was saved from a shelter in Grand Junction after the owner could not deal with her hyperness. Some dogs are just meant to work. A peanut pouch was hidden in these chairs and she found it.
The Penrose room at the Broadmoor received it's first five-star rating ever. The executive chef Bertrand Bouquin is pleased as you can imagine. Some day I would like to eat there, but since it's a five course meal starting at about $100/plate not including wine it might be awhile. A long while. Beautiful room.