Been a few days into our tip now and we are beginning to settle into the new normal. Just like at home, we wear masks indoors and go mostly mask less when outside. And I would say that a little more than 50% of Southeast Coloradoans are on the same page as us. The fact that our rented cottage has roughly the same dimensions as our home-home also goes a long way to making us feel mostly Covid safe. Corey and Henna are presently cooking up some ratatouille while outside a mountain storm whimpers away and I cannot begin to tell you how snug this feels. Makes me almost forget about the storm presently ravaging Florida, Arizona and Texas. Pueblo County, or the populous area pressed directly against our current Teller County home, is also experiencing a small increase in cases. I chart these fluctuations like a sailor marks the weather. We have no firm plans past this Sunday night and are prepared to flee in any direction at a moment’s notice. But for right now we are content to sit back and relax; to acclimate to the new altitude as much as possible.
I love seeing about your travels! I’m living vicariously through you!
Great to see you all are enjoying the great outdoors of beautiful Colorado. I did my first road trip to Colorado with three other guys when I was 18. Seeing Garden of the Gods and the mountains for the first time was a life changing experience.
Be safe and enjoy
Hey Louie! Great to hear from you. Garden of The Gods was pretty cool. Mountains rock.