All Creatures Great and Small - Chapter 67 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 67 Summary

It's tuberculosis-testing time again, and it falls during the week of Herriot's impending honeymoon. Dr. Farnon is beside himself and yells at Herriot for rushing off to get married. After several futile attempts to remind Dr. Farnon that it was his idea that Herriot marry Helen so quickly, Herriot gives up. He offers to stay at a local inn that he and Helen enjoy and do the testing instead of going on his honeymoon.

Herriot manages to fit his wedding in between tests, and the ceremony is simple. As Herriot and Helen drive away, they pass Skedale House. Helen points out that there is a new shingle outside the door. Dr. Farnon has made Herriot a full partner in the practice. They continue to the inn and enjoy a quiet dinner. The next day is spent testing cows and enjoying their new life together.

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