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Old 03-21-2020, 12:43 PM
RioRico is offline
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Originally Posted by Dewey Finn View Post
If you can maintain distance from others (six feet is recommended), there's no reason to confine the children to the house.
My daughter and SIL moved with their kids from a San Francisco house to a Sierra Nevada property a year ago. With COVID flowing, my grandkids (9 and 11) would have been stuck in a small house on a pedestrian-hostile SF hill. Now they're on mountain acreage with pond, forest, new puppy, plenty of snow, and work-at-home parents who home-school the wee beasties. School and scout sessions are canceled but the scouts are assembling supply packages for the needy. Their situation is pretty stable for now.