What did you learn from lockdown?

I save 1.5 - 2 hours a day not having to ‘commute’. Depends on the weather. I drive over the continental divide. This is huge for me.

I do still have to go into town a few times a week for supplies and stuff, but work is cool with me taking a long lunch. I can see the top of the sail of retirement just at the horizon. TPTB understand that I think, and want to keep me around as long as they can.

Speaking of retirement, I’ve learned that, come retirement, I need to move to a more walkable neighborhood. Bus service here, outside morning and evening rush hours, is pretty bad, and I don’t want to have to drive to do everything during the middle of the day. So I need a place with some stores and restaurants within a few blocks, otherwise I’ll just turn into (even more of…) a couch potato.