Corona Virus Diaries – May 8, 2020

Our county now is showing 35 known cases of Corona virus. I say “known” because we didn’t have abundant testing until very recently. Who knows how many people have had it already. I don’t think it’s been that prevalent – our nursing homes didn’t seem to have an outbreak. We now have a drive-thru testingContinue reading “Corona Virus Diaries – May 8, 2020”

Corona Virus Diaries – May the 4th Be With You

I’m a Star wars geek from the first movie back in 1977. I saw it seven nights at the $1.50 movie theater in town. I scheduled my driving road test for the same day Return of the Jedi came out so I could take the road test in the morning and go to the movieContinue reading “Corona Virus Diaries – May the 4th Be With You”

Life, Death, Health Care & Dying – My Opinion

I read something earlier this week about how the European approach to health care and dying is so different from here in the States. It was an interesting read and gave me a lot of food for thought. The approach i many European countries centers on “life care,” while in the US it seems toContinue reading “Life, Death, Health Care & Dying – My Opinion”

White Mountain National Forest Closes Popular Hiking and Day-Use Areas

Well, it was too good to last. Our local hiking areas are now shut down for use. We were at Lincoln Woods last week and didn’t encounter too many people on the trail or in the parking lot. That location you quite often can’t even get into the parking lot during the summer. During theContinue reading “White Mountain National Forest Closes Popular Hiking and Day-Use Areas”

Corona Virus Diaries – April 19, 2020

Our county here remains steady at 30 confirmed cases and no deaths. Governor Sununu has talked about allowing campgrounds to open. If vacation rentals remain off-limits and hotels are restricted as to whom they can rent to, that’s shouldn’t happen. In the Mount Washington Valley, the year-round population is about 20,000 (depending on which townsContinue reading “Corona Virus Diaries – April 19, 2020”