My time with Dalehead vets was an amazing experience. Everyone there was super nice and happy to teach! I was able to see everything I had hoped to see, and had the opportunity to get involved many times. As it is the beginning of spring, there were a ton of sheep caesarians, prolapses, and a bunch of calvings and a few cow caesarians. In addition to these things there were the usual routine visits, PDing (Pregnancy Diagnosis), and a few left displaced abomasum toggles, among other things. If anyone is looking for a farm placement, I definitely recommend Dalehead Veterinary Group!
Finally, last Sunday was my day off from work. Despite the rain I decided to do a self guided tour of Settle. Below are some photos (with descriptions) of some of the places I saw.
|The Oast Guest House: My room and views from my window|
|Views from my walk: Castlebergh Crag (limestone cliffs), horse and sheep on the way and a view of Settle|
|Friends Meeting House built in 1678 (one of the older Quaker Meeting Houses) with burial ground (stones moved to the garden in the back)|
|The Folley built in the late 1670s as a gentleman's residence and subsequently used for a range of purposes and current home of the Museum of North Craven Life|
|Once I returned for my walk I had tea for one|
|Some images from my train ride home|