We have been being very good about not going out, but we needed some sunlight. So we chose a place that should have been a nice, easy hike, and we hiked up there.
And yeah, there were other people on the trail. So we all took turns, standing off to the side when another party was coming through, making sure to keep our distance and greet each other kindly from a good six to ten feet. Bandanas and face masks were visible in abundance. People are trying to be good, trying to take care of one another.
It was awkward but good, and the view was good for our souls.
Then we went home, washed everything, and now we're back inside, safe and distanced. And sore. Turns out real hiking is more of a workout than my morning exercises. Who would have guessed?
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