The way to socially distance while visiting a state park is to go when the weather is barely tolerable. We went here when the highs were near 90 and the dew point as high as 75. This cut down on crowds. Our hike took place after morning coffee and tea but before breakfast. This video was recorded at 7:30am. We crossed paths with only a few people and all were at least 12 feet away. I’m uploading this from our campsite. We’ll be here two nights.
It’s hard to tell, but this is a black Rubbermaid horse trough drilled for use as a planter, filled with different leaf lettuces, except one purple basil plant named Waldo. We’ve been eating from it and it keeps providing.
Each question has a number (phone number, street address) and four recent Google Street View images of places some of us have lived a long time ago. Please select the image that matches the number by sliding the little button thing over. The text by each image may help you recognize the property, but some look very much like they did many years ago. No information is saved about any quiz results. Just reload the page to take it again.
Ensie has been working from the van in the back yard recently. It is about 200 feet from the house. Except for one weekend in November shortly after we got it, this is the first time it has all water systems working: (Hot & Cold) Kitchen & bath sink, toilet, shower, outside nozzle. It’s hooked up to regular house power from a nearby barn. The cell booster works now. We get an irregular 0.5-1 mbps without the booster, and 8 with.
We are planning to camp a few nights in it soon – maybe this weekend – right where it sits. Incidentally, we are expecting about an inch of snow Saturday night into Sunday morning.
I hope you all are staying safe!
There have been some technical problems with the blog including the comments section. Comments weren’t being saved for some reason. I think I have it fixed, but please let me know if you have problems leaving comments, or with anything else on the blog. (Thanks Phyllis!)