Whenever I've been out, people, cyclists, hikers, runners, all seem to give you lots of space when passing. That's good - my biggest fear is people getting sloppy, turning out in large groups or not respecting others' space.
That's what happened along the lakefront the the result was totally predictable; the mayor shut it down. I hope, with warmer weather, people don't become reckless, decide they can have 'small' picnics or other group gatherings that force FPCC to shut it all down. If we behave sensibly then we continue to have this outlet, somewhere to escape to when we feel the need for fresh air and open spaces.
In my post of March 19 I asked, beneath one picture. what are these people doing? Kevin Coyote-Trust supplied the answer, social distancing with friends. Danke, Kevin!
I have no expectation that we'll resume restoration work sooner than May 11, and it may be later than that date. That's okay with me; far better that we get this thing right so we can, with reasonable caution, feel safe we resume the activities that spark our passion.
Meanwhile I've tackled some projects that have sat on the back burner for a long time, like sorting through the VHS tapes and updating the 'home entertainment center'. See below: