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05/24/2020 09:21:17 PM · #1
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05/24/2020 09:51:57 PM · #2
+1
05/25/2020 03:41:12 PM · #3
yes please.
05/25/2020 04:40:22 PM · #4
This might be pretty limiting right now for those still under house arrest sheltering in place in a completely urban environment.
05/25/2020 07:37:30 PM · #5
Originally posted by GeneralE:

This might be pretty limiting right now for those still under house arrest sheltering in place in a completely urban environment.


Would be good to see how many people are actually under house arrest, and does that actually mean they cannot leave their home? You donít need to bump into anyone when youíre out in the country.
05/25/2020 07:52:19 PM · #6
Originally posted by Neat:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

This might be pretty limiting right now for those still under house arrest sheltering in place in a completely urban environment.


Would be good to see how many people are actually under house arrest, and does that actually mean they cannot leave their home? You donít need to bump into anyone when youíre out in the country.

I live downtown in the fourth largest city in North America. I'd rather not leave for unnecessary reasons.
In Ontario, the country folk don't want you. There are signs aplenty letting the city folk know they're not welcome.
05/25/2020 08:16:50 PM · #7
Originally posted by Venser:

Originally posted by Neat:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

This might be pretty limiting right now for those still under house arrest sheltering in place in a completely urban environment.


Would be good to see how many people are actually under house arrest, and does that actually mean they cannot leave their home? You donít need to bump into anyone when youíre out in the country.

I live downtown in the fourth largest city in North America. I'd rather not leave for unnecessary reasons.
In Ontario, the country folk don't want you. There are signs aplenty letting the city folk know they're not welcome.


Thereís nothing like a trip in the outdoors or nature to boost your immune system, I would go absolute stir crazy if I couldnít get outside. And itís not like you need to bump into anyone. I mean if you do, keep a distance.

Message edited by author 2020-05-25 20:17:52.
05/26/2020 06:03:15 AM · #8
Originally posted by Neat:

Originally posted by Venser:

Originally posted by Neat:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

This might be pretty limiting right now for those still under house arrest sheltering in place in a completely urban environment.


Would be good to see how many people are actually under house arrest, and does that actually mean they cannot leave their home? You donít need to bump into anyone when youíre out in the country.

I live downtown in the fourth largest city in North America. I'd rather not leave for unnecessary reasons.
In Ontario, the country folk don't want you. There are signs aplenty letting the city folk know they're not welcome.


Thereís nothing like a trip in the outdoors or nature to boost your immune system, I would go absolute stir crazy if I couldnít get outside. And itís not like you need to bump into anyone. I mean if you do, keep a distance.

I agree with you Neat, but living in a rural area myself, Iím still not allowed to go out for a day trip and some photographing. Only in the close vicinity of my home address. Very frustrating.
05/26/2020 07:33:45 AM · #9
+1
11/23/2022 02:13:33 PM · #10
+1 (again). :-)
11/23/2022 02:20:41 PM · #11
There appear to be a lot of folks in big cities without regular access to rural locations. Perhaps this would be good as a archival challenge?

For myself, I can go 10 miles one way and be out in the country, but 10 in the other direction puts me in a large city downtown.
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