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... week. Our second year we spend on eight different rotations, seven of which are considered "core" rotations and one "elective". Each rotation last 6 weeks and is meant to assist us in rounding out our knowledge so that we may grow into experienced practitioners.
My first rotation was in primary care and I absolutely loved it! My second rotation, as you may have guessed, is in.... INDIA! ...
Very scenic drive through New York State, heading toward the Adirondacks - the trees are very green but with some fall colours just starting. The campsite is rustic and very quiet, not too busy.
Highlights: Downtown Corning, beautiful town with old buildings and pretty parks
Rest stops are labelled "Text Stops" - very clever!
... senses a time warp as it carried me right back to my youth ( as misspent as it was) and then meandered to present day.
The field behind the Hall is pretty special as well as I looked from the original grandstands to the field and it was easy to envision a game in progress.
To say the Baseball Hall of Fame is a very special place is an understatement I am truly thankful to have been there.
Oh by the way the Town is well worth the visit on its own.
... settle in for the night and tomorrow the Hall of Fame awaits reliving my youth and ball experiences. As well as a journey through the various years of my life and decades with players who I watched or read about, admired for their skills. Interesting how people you do not really know on a personal level can have an impact on your life.
Lin cooked an incredible dinner with bacon and Moose pancakes all very delicious I might add!!
... campus. We went to Pita Pockets for lunch...so good! It was a Mediterranean place owned by a man from Syria. He came to the United States about 2 years ago. He was very friendly and gave us some free food.
We arrived in Utica, NY to the Radisson hotel where we are staying. Poor Utica! It is a ghost town. So many empty buildings and the streets are deserted. We got some dinner at the hotel restaurant. ...