Daily gratitude (social distancing edition): I’m grateful that Jackie is an excellent cook, and that I am an adequate one.
When I first saw this sign someone was inside, having ignored it to get in a workout. Now I see Maintenance has covered the lock and removed the door handle.
The government should issue every person a two-meter stick that they can use to maintain a proper social distance. Shown above, Jackie is making do with a free-market stick which is only two-thirds as long as it ought to be.
The snow is inadvisable (according to the National Weather Service).
New policy, for the duration: Unless I know your establishment provides paid sick time to waiters, waitresses, cooks, busboys, dishwashers, and bartenders, I won’t eat there, and I won’t drink there.
When you see this sort of little flower, you know that the tree is wind pollinated. (The title of the image is: Why I’m sneezing.) 📷
In person the sky on the first day of Daylight Saving Time is all pinky-purple, even if this photo makes it look rather orange. 📷
If trees want to have sex they should get a room. Preferably one with some air filtration.
The first hydrogen articulated buses in the US goes to… MTD. New Flyer has secured an order for two sixty-foot Xcelsior CHARGE H2, powered via
After first crocus a couple of days ago, now we’ve got second, third, fourth, and almost a fifth crocus. 📷