This entry is intended forlily_chesapeake
The building is unremarkable for High Tortouga, distinguished simply by the two brass plaques attached to the door. The larger, more prominent one reads, "Dr. C. Raeburn, Surgeon," while the smaller one underneath it states, "Artifical limbs a specialty."
Through the door is a hall with an armed receptionist with an artificial leg and a waiting room off to hall. Most visitors only see this and an examining room, but for a visiting doctor...
Doctor Raeburn's office is a modest size, with a large desk and a bookcase aginst one wall. There are a couple of padded chairs facing the desk. Behind the desk is a woman, dressed practically in trousers with jacket and waistcoat underneath, her hair dark with a noticable grey hairs mixed in.
She rises to meet her visitor. Pleasantries are exchanged and the conversation begins in earnest.