we are all OK here so far.
Milly worried that her new job with the police might cause her to bring C19 into the house, she found herself somewhere else to live for the duration a fortnight ago.
Pat managed to persuade school that she could work effectively from home. I originally decided to keep gardening on an essential basis, just mow n go for any clients that were happy with that.
However, that still made me the weak point of our household, and already thinking that BREAK THE CHAIN was the way to go, I decided to stop going out a fortnight ago. Since then Milly has been dumping our shopping on the drive, we did a couple of short walks but haven't been out since. If you don't get it - you can't pass it on.
My sister in Spain says the lock-down - is just that. Her husband drives alone to the village twice a week for supplies and post. More than one in a car is banned and he has already been stopped twice in three weeks by the police. Fines are in the hundreds of euros and thousands of people have been locked up. After three weeks of these heavy measures Spanish deaths are just starting to level off.
Done a bit to our garden but also much sitting in the sun, pondering the merits of a lack of road/aircraft and enjoying the bird song. Till now we have been much luckier than many.
We have some friends that should have been back from Australia a couple of weeks ago, they think they have finally found a flight on Wednesday. Perhaps Tim is in a similar scenario?
Keep in touch and stay safe, - not so free, 3Willy.....