Monthly Archives: March 2023

Good Bone

Laurie Goodrich is an orthopedic surgeon whose typical patient weighs between 900 and 1,200 pounds. Her OR contains a gantry crane that lifts the anesthetized patient from the hallway floor and swings them gently to rest on an operating table … Continue reading

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The Saga of Blackie Mac

Blackie Mac was a disappointment from the outset – a solid black colt born into a family of Appaloosa horses where if you don’t come with spots we’d rather not have you. Everyone just bit their lip and said nice … Continue reading

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