Life with Forry this summer means lots of trips to Spokane. Today it was the annual visit to Dr. Elmer, the pulmonologist who started him on a CPAP machine two years ago. His appointment wasn't until two, so we didn't have to leave terribly early. After a stop in Ritzville for gas tank fill up and Frappucinos, we still had time to stop by the Group Health pharmacy to pick up a couple of prescriptions.
Dr. Elmer's office is in the Fifth and Browne Medical Building that is slated to be torn down soon and replaced by a new 100 bed psychiatric hospital. You could tell staff was in a bit of a frenzy about it as they were already packing up for next week's move. The visit with Dr Elmer was a routine review of how Forry was sleeping that didn't take long at all.
From there we took a quick trip out to Apria Healthcare to pick up a new memory card for Forry's machine. We also ran out to RnR RV in Airway Heights to see if we could talk to someone in their Service Department about our electrical problem. But they are in the process of getting ready to move their operations out to a new site on Francis and no one was available to talk with us.
We thought about staying in town to take Son Sean out to dinner, but decided since it was only 4 o'clock, we should just head on home. We stopped in Moses Lake at the new Denny's for dinner and arrived home in time to listen to the Mariners game against the Yankees.