Corona Virus Diaries: March 23, 2021 – A Time To Burst Forth

As we enter spring, and the first anniversary of everything being shut down, we are seeing 55 current cases of COVID in our county. The cumulative total since they began testing is 1,868 confirmed cases of COVID in the county and 7 deaths. There’s a bit of a spike in the town of Conway, withContinue reading “Corona Virus Diaries: March 23, 2021 – A Time To Burst Forth”

Corona Virus Diaries: March 16, 2020

It’s a blustery, cold day in north-central New Hampshire. I woke up this morning to the wind howling and a temperature below zero. Even right now it’s only 21°F with a “feels like” of 4°F. This is the coldest it will be this week, thankfully. Currently there are 58 active cases of COVID in ourContinue reading “Corona Virus Diaries: March 16, 2020”

Corona Virus Diaries: February 15, 2021

Well, here we are. It’s more than a year since things went to hell in a handbasket. I was advocating for my son to be in the 1A group. He is immunocompromised due to getting infusions of Remicaide for his Crohns Disease. Being home for as long as he was last year was tough onContinue reading “Corona Virus Diaries: February 15, 2021”

Corona Virus Diaries: January 27, 2021

It’s the coldest part of the winter for us here in the White Mountains. In years past, we’ve seen negative temperatures quite frequently this time of year. That’s not happening so much this year. It seems to be a pretty mild winter. We haven’t had a lot of snow, either, although right now I amContinue reading “Corona Virus Diaries: January 27, 2021”

Corona Virus Diaries: November 25, 2020

Just since my last missive on the 20th, my county jumped from 260 confirmed COVID cases to 317. For the more populous areas, that might sound like a lot, but we were at the end of the summer before we even had 100. We’re definitely seeing a surge here. My granddaughter, my son, and IContinue reading “Corona Virus Diaries: November 25, 2020”

Corona Virus Diaries – November 11, 2020: Here Comes the Outbreak

Living in northern New Hampshire, we’ve dodged the bullet for the most part with the COVID pandemic. Even as cases in other nearby states were exploding, the county I live in and the county north of us had very low numbers. The last time I seriously looked at the number, on Halloween, we had 156Continue reading “Corona Virus Diaries – November 11, 2020: Here Comes the Outbreak”