On March 22, 1975 in Ketchikan, AK I was invited to dinner at the KTKN Program Director’s home. New in town, just started five days earlier, his wife served crab louie and asked her neighbor to join us. My life would never be the same.
Today we chose the flat Cedar River Trail at Landsberg. Went 2.6 miles and we’re both bushed, but happy to be able to do it. Encountered maybe a dozen other souls, mostly runners, and we all kept our distance. It’s a new world.
Joyce Carol and I hiked a bit at Taylor Mountain Forest here in Hobart. A beautiful morning for some social distancing on a pretty much deserted trail system.
Like the swallows to Capistrano, skunk cabbage are blooming in Hobart. The world may be upside down right now, but this is a sign that life goes on.
It’s Friday the 13th, the coronavirus is running rampant, schools are closing, everything is cancelling, we’re all feeling down, and it’s snowing. Perfect.
The coyotes that frequently visit us never look like something out of Looney Tunes.