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Robin lays down at Julia's request, during a difficult part of the physical therapy hour long stretching regimen with physical therapist Petora Spratt, (cq), which happens in house twice a week. Julia is only recently out of a full body cast and some of her motivation comes from the curious giant bag of orange carrots on the piano bench. She has ridden horses for a while and is trying to get limber enough to ride again. For now, tomorrow, she will go with her mom to feed some of her best buddies. Dan and Robin Tingey, 3072 S. Nucla St., Aurora, Colo., Thursday September 28, 2006, have an easier life now that their home has been remodeled to better accomodate the needs of their two physically challenged daughters, Tara, 7 and Julia, 10. Sinks to drawers to detachable kitchen faucet sprayers to front and back concrete ramps for electric wheelchairs and wider doors inside and tile on the floors for better traction and mobility improve all the family lives. The design, materials and construction were donated to the family through the Home Builders Foundation. (STEVEN R. NICKERSON / ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)**Tara San Robin Julia Tingey, Petora Spratt (cq) , (cq all)**

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