Originally Posted by ppine
The concept of camping being a refuge from Covid is on a lot of people's minds. I still think of it as a refuge from the news, politics, electronic devices and the daily grind.
It breaks the routine and gets us out in Nature. It allows for conversation, comradery and the quiet. It is a time for exercise and some good sleep. I catch up on my reading. It is a refuge indeed.
We absolutely agree with you. We have not camped as often as we would have liked to in the past year due to both having some medical issues. But those seem to be resolved and we have three trips planned already this year.
As to Covid, we had all shots and boosters, wore masks when in a crowded space and always used the juice after interacting with stores, etc and especially doctor offices. Plus I am O+ so maybe that helped. Wife is A. I normally did all the essential things that required going into stores and she stayed home at my insistence.
We were blessed to stay healthy through it all.
2012 F-250, 6.7 Super Duty Powerstroke; 2019 291 BR Primetime Tracer,
Days camped in 2018-61
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