you never know who’s watching.
Tim and I assembled and installed this from about a thousand pieces which arrived last week in a box shipped from China via a long rest in California. Below, a month later, I put down some turf.
We took a two-mile stroll on the sound-side nature walk at Corolla, where NC Route 12 becomes 4WD-only then continues north, literally on the beach. The nature walk winds through the live oak woodland, with just one viewpoint on the Currituck Sound.
Meanwhile, about that time somewhere above us, my friend Mike Bussey was jumping out of an aeroplane. He got a better view of the canal connecting the Albemarle and Currituck Sounds to the Chesapeake Bay. We only glimpsed the canal when crossing by road.
as seen in the dark, 5:53am July 11th 2020, from our powder room but subsequently with a little help from Lightroom. Original concept and installation by Rachel & Becky, c.1998.
After weeks of the coronavirus crisis, Fredericksburg Area Running Club’s weekly 8am Saturday six-mile fun run resumed on June 13th, with (for the first time) a few rules. We had to bring page-and-a-half signed waivers, and were told to wear masks while gathering before and after the run (although not necessarily during the run). While the photo does seem to show more-or-less social distancing, only a minority of participants wore masks during the gathering periods.