We returned from a little road trip, about 1,000 miles four nights in three different hotels. Home, to Lexington, Kentucky (my Bourbon collection is restocked), onto Cleveland for a family birthday, and back home.
It was the first time I had been more than 60 miles from home, the first time we had eaten in a restaurant since returning from Ireland March 16th. It was a little weird, for the most part everyone seemed to be following safety protocols. If anything the hotel rooms were cleaner than usual. The complimentary hotel breakfast is now a brown paper bag, with a pre-packaged pastry, granola bar, and a bottle of water. Restaurants are running at 25-50% of capacity, meaning you are not packed in like sardines - some good change.
It felt great to be out and about. Most of the time was spent in the car, or a hotel. We did a tiny bit of shopping and found that to be relatively safe.
Before we left, I scheduled a bunch of blog posts, did you notice my posts were done ahead of time?