COVID-19 Hunker-down Log. Stardate 44021.67

Combating boredom.

It has been very quiet here this week, thus no log entries considered. Trudy is at the cabin with mom. I’m here at home in Littleton with the dogs. The daily temps have been in the 90’s so it’s a bit warm to spend much time on the porch except for early mornings and late in the day.

I did manage to get the lawn mowed and trimmed today. The drought is beginning to affect the grass. I’d bump up the watering times but it’s a futile effort. We need some rain. I think I saw a news article that said Colorado has more square mileage of drought conditions than any state at the moment. I don’t doubt it.

Been keeping the television off and the music on now that I’m a bachelor (sorta.) Somewhere in time I had to abandon playing music with other people in the house. It’s nice to have my time for listening. Keeps my mood in order.

Happy thought inventory.

Loading up the camera bag for my first week of moose photography this year. Only a few more days of waiting. Bummer I can’t do group outings this year but I’m looking forward to getting up to 10,000 feet and out of the heat.

Slacker status.

No excursions into Zombieland today.

No first-responder activity to report.

The hunkering down continues.

Still alive and well here in Denver.