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Signs of the Times

Posted by Jody on April 5, 2020

Good morning y’all!

I do hope everyone is staying safe and sound during these very trying times. Social distancing has become the norm on the Mississippi Gulf Coast (as in most parts of the world) and even our beaches have been closed. The seawall is still open to walkers and joggers though. Thankfully, most folks in these parts are taking the CDC’s corona virus guidelines seriously.

Greg and I are ever so grateful to still be able to get out and ride our bikes every morning.  I thought I’d share a few photos from this morning’s ride along the beautiful Mississippi Sound with you.

Please take care and stay safe!

~~~~Better days are ahead.~~~~

 

6 Responses to “Signs of the Times”

  1. Hi Jody, it’s been a very long time since a Beach Treasure dropped into my in-box. All the very best to you in these uncertain times… RH

  2. Hi Jody! It’s great to hear that you and Greg are safe and well, and still able to get out on your bikes for fresh air and exercise.

    All is “as well as can be expected” here in San Francisco’s northern suburbs. Most people are obeying the strict “Stay Home!” mandates (yaaaaay!). We’re still allowed to get out and walk/bike in our own neighborhoods, and grocery shop (1-2x week, with younger people going out & shopping for seniors).

    A cool thing that we’re doing here – to honor all the brave health-care workers who put their lives on the line every day – is to go out into our driveways every night at 8, say hi to our neighbors (at a distance, of course) and HOWWWWWWL like wolves! It’s quite wild, and it’ great for bonding! And it’s cathartic – plus it’s *lots* of fun! BTW, there have been packs of coyotes that start howling when they hear us. Wowwwww!!!!!

    Best wishes to all. Stay safe and well!!!!!

    • Greg said

      That’s great! I’m sure it’s appreciated. We are still keeping a safe distance but our beaches are usually uncrowded. It’s just one of the things we love about living on the Mississippi Coast!
      Best wishes to you! Be safe, Jody

  3. I’m in quarantine and working on a post about beautiful beaches to help pass the time. Which brought me to your post! Thank you for sharing such beautiful photos!

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