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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! ...
... I cannot thank LIn enough for the effort of waiting as it was at least a million degrees and the dogs were hot as hell but survived they did !!
The Hall of Fame is absolutely unbelievable and a boyhood dream come true, they have a staggering amount of memorabilia and stories, from the plaques honoring the inductee's to bats and balls from the mid 1800's when baseball first started.
To go into detail would take days, it was an emotional journey and ...
... no small feat I might add.
The drive through the Cherry Valley to this point has been wonderful, great scenery and full of history. The folks who are familiar with James Fenimore Copper( he wrote the Last of the Mohicans ) it was set in this Valley and for you baseball affectionatos Abner Doubleday founded the game right here --I know hard to believe but true.
Yes this is Greg doing the blog .
Great RV Park very quiet and the dogs ...
... again - on our way to Ithaca and Cornell University. On the way we were talking about a podcast we heard (Reply All? ) that was about Yik Yak on high school/college campuses. It focused on Colgate and how some students used the anonymity of Yik Yak to post horribly racist sentiments. We had forgotten about the podcast while on the campus but remembered it on the drive after and so listened to it again. It was ...
From Waterford to Utica, we rode along the Erie Canal trail. A very nice path, which was quite flat for a change, that took us through forests and wooded areas. On our fourth day, we cycled around 90km. We spent our first night inside, at Michael's place, a very kind guy who owns a diner in Fultonville, NY. He showed us around and very kindly let us sleep ...