Good Morning. Judging by attendance and spirit, the Intermountain States Seminar in Jackson, Wyoming, September 19-22, was a big success. The IMSS is an institution that attracts CLS leaders from all around the Northwest. Each year I shamelessly beg the organizers…
…to invite me, because Jackson is so beautiful.
Good old United Airlines would not let me on their plane Friday morning because I turned up a scant 25 minutes before scheduled push-back. Even when the departure was delayed 20 minutes, I was rejected. Travelers, “The airlines caution you to arrive one hour before your flight delay begins.”
Crestfallen, I consoled myself by accepting an invitation from Bruce Meyer of Bonfils Laboratories, Denver, to float the Snake. This helped me shake off the misery of being forced to stay at the foot of the Tetons one more day.
IMSS attracts a lot of vendors, and between them and the speakers, I learned more about warfarin sensitivity and resistance, heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT), plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 (PAI-1) and activated protein C. I will be posting these topics over the next few days.
First, however, I look forward to responding to our first blog comments. Geo