Migratory birds have arrived on Prince Edward Island, we’ve had robins and grackles in the backyard for a while now, but that doesn’t mean spring weather is here too, in fact we’re on track to get a lot more snow this week, on top of all the snow we had yesterday:
Fox tracks in the snow – Red Point, PEI
This is a photo from this morning, when I was getting some fresh air at nearby Red Point.
I guess we could all use some fresh air right about now, because this pandemic, it’s distressing.
Marije and I are being very mindful about everything we do, while staying positive. We are taking the public health advisories and strict measures to heart, doing our part to slow the spread in our community. Also, I have asthma, so I don’t want to get anywhere near this bug.
One of the best ways to stay safe right now, social distancing, is right up my alley. When I’m outdoors hiking or photographing, I feel best when no one else is around for miles. And because Marije and I moved to Canada from Europe over a decade ago, we are already used to communicating with our family and friends over FaceTime.
We did have long-standing plans to visit Cape Breton next week, but we’ve canceled our trip in the face of what’s out there. For now, we are safer staying at home, and I hope that wherever you are, you are staying safe too.