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“When you’re in the winter — when they’re down on their luck — they get frustrated and they want a break,” her daughter, Dana, told me. “They want to try something, but they’ve never been able to do something in their life. They can’t go off into the wilderness, they can’t do anything with their kids. They’ve seen more than they should.”
Dana’s daughter was one of more than 10 people to die in the snowfall in November and December of 2015. About 100 people are reported to have been injured, with the majority of the injuries being minor.
“The conditions were the worst we’ve ever seen,” Houser told me when I spoke with her last month, before she died from complications caused by the cold weather. “And the people we’veSM 카지노 seen예스 카지노 are a fraction of what it used to be in the spring, summer, or fall, not to mention the impacts on wildlife.”
I also spoke with Houser about what it was like to work on the project for one of the most difficult conditions I’ve ever worked on.
“She was an expert person,” she said, “and she was on her own when she did the measurements, which was the hardest part.”
As a result of the heat, she was often so dehydrated she couldn’t even stand and take a shower. She told me, “I had to run about four kilometers a day to do nothing but walk the dogs.”
And that was before her heat wave forced her to wear warm gloves, which forced her to run in the blizzard.
“I was so worn out, the blizzard made me even colder,” Houser told me. “I was so drenched, I couldn’t lift a finger.”
Her daughter, Lauren, was one of many others who died for lack of medical attention.
But she also suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder from her experiences. Her father said the condition didn’t com바카라 사이트e from a lack of knowledge, just trying to find other ways of coping with the situation.
“When she did the measurements, she wanted to find other ways to help,” said her father. “Her daughter was probably the one person who knew more about the measurements that she did than anybody else. But I guess that’s just her personality.”
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