One more week, some tough decisions to make. Gearing up to fly myself down in a small plane to L.A. on Friday for Mother's Day weekend with my 83 year old mom who I haven't seen since this all started, she's been in isolation this whole time. She's already survived her 1st cousins on her … Continue reading Day 48: Do I see my mom for Mother’s Day?
Getting a little worried that there was no plan until after the elections in November the way things are going They alerted us that shelter in place was until the end of May now, then last night they laid out a plan in 4 stages. I'll admit to completely freaking out when they said the … Continue reading Day 44: California has a plan!!
Switched up my long term goal to getting instrument rated (IFR), I can fly still. For some reason I thought we were limited to essential flying, turns out they limited the ATC hours but we can still fly. I might surprise my mom and fly down to L.A. for mother's day, will have to work … Continue reading Day 41: Moving on with my life
With rain today, it's looking like time to make masks. The CDC put out the "suggestion" yesterday, pretty sure LA is going to make it mandatory. Looking forward to mask shaming if you're not wearing one. On my run/walks when I've passed people by we all smile and wave. That's not happening anymore. On my … Continue reading Day 19: Masks Part 2
It's been awhile since I've used my drone, it's on my daily list of things to do. The top 10 list was lame, sorry about that I'm just bored and tired of writing about this or even thinking about it. It is what it is, we can all kiss normal goodbye. In this county there … Continue reading Day 17: Charge my cameras!!
Maybe that's why I go out of town so much? Well those days are over for awhile. The good news is that my son and his dog made it home safely from New Mexico. Something I saw on the news was that people are fleeing to areas where they will be less likely to get … Continue reading Day 7: Neighborhood persona non grata