Life is tough work as a fourth year medical student. Two weeks ago they MADE me go to Portland, OR for an away rotation. Portland during summertime? I hope I’ll survive. There’s this beautiful hospital plunked on the top of a blooming, green, luscious hill. Who would ever want to come here? 😉 Then I HAD to ride this tram from the Columbia River to the hospital.
Later on, Tabernacle Adventist Church strong-armed me into camping with them at Nahalem Bay on the Oregon coast. They left me no choice by even giving me a tent and free food. Life, is, rough.
It’s apparently called ‘haystack rock’… anyone? funny? 🙂
Finally, our simulation lab had technical difficulties, so they had the audacity to give us a day off during our rotation. We were despondent, and decided the only way to raise our spirits would be to hike in the Columbia Gorge. I suppose it was ok…
Having the time of my life.