In which we discuss:
- Masks, and lack of masks.
- Public restrooms, and other travel dilemmas.
- Outdoor tips for beginners.
Since our last mini episode, time has flown by…or has it stood still? In this episode, we’re still Going Nowhere, so we talk about what we’re seeing around the state in July 2020 as far as mask-wearing and space-creating goes. The pandemic has caused or amplified some issues with even local travel. (Who could have predicted rest stop bathrooms would become so terrifying?) We have advice for managing that. Many people have picked up new hobbies during the shutdown, including spending time outdoors. We have tips for newbies who might still have the “aah outdoors is scary!” mentality.
Please excuse the uneven audio quality in this episode; we promise Johnna is not recording from inside a running faucet, it’s just Zoom.
Example of a water company map.
Example of a GIS map.
Kerri’s visit to the place that required bushwacking.
Connecticut Coastal Access Guide.
Johnna’s visit to the Florence Griswold Museum grounds.
Music: “Below the Waves” by Keshco