Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Familiar Waters/Uncharted Waters
I remember my grandfather telling of his being an 18 year old ambulance driver in Boston during the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic. His job was bringing sick folks from their homes to the hospital and, despite the close contact, he never caught the flu, though many of his co-workers did.
On Sunday the Old North Bridge was a popular spot for families looking to get outside for awhile...
I do, however, take comfort in knowing that despite whatever changes take place the rivers will still flow and creatures such as this musquash will continue to conduct their affairs same as it ever was...
Hopefully, we'll all navigate these troubled times and emerge unscathed in the near future.
Not much in the way of trash was encountered on this day...
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