Took Ivan to the beach yesterday to celebrate in a small way the ebbing of this tide of election insanity. Tragically, the pandemic is raging as we brace for a major family holiday in a few days. The paradox: stay home, wear a mask, see family and friends. The road ahead with vaccines on theContinue reading “The “Road” Ahead…”
My granddaughter poses with her pandemic mask on Halloween which she celebrated at home. This photo is a reminder that Covid-19 infections are at a record high and that masks and social distancing are smart actions to take when out in public.
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Sacramento has an old West business area that used to draw a huge number of tourists, but now with the pandemic and wildfires, mannequins often outnumber shoppers. Old Town, as it is called, can be a fun place and hopefully when Covid-19 is under control, businesses will recover–and this is truly wishful thinking.
An empty beach on Labor Day is a picture of how seriously Monterey County takes the pandemic. I took this photo of Carmel River State Beach yesterday while walking, mask on, Ivan. “Beach Closed” signs were everywhere with uniformed officials from the Citizen’s Patrol standing by them to insure people got the message.
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California’s famed seaside town, Carmel-by-the-Sea, draws tourists in large numbers during the summer. Despite the pandemic, the sidewalks were crowded yesterday and everyone I saw wore a mask. In fact, the town has signs warning that not wearing a face mask will result in a $100 fine. The mandate doesn’t apply to people eating atContinue reading “Face Masks Mandated…in Carmel”