The media is trying to make it seem as that bad.Ya, I was able to "stay Normal" until we came home to the village with our spring catch and this place has all sorts of rules, mandates and such.
Well, in 1918 they were able to stop the Spanish flu with strict quarantine, just south of here, and it was much much more deadly, a townsite, Marys Igloo on the Seward Peninsula had 2 survivors out 320 people that go around, were just thankfull it isnt really that bad.
As well, in an odd twist of record job losses in the US, my oldest daughter scored a job as "Covid co-coordinator" starting at 35$ an hour.....
So were outta here and back to the best quarantine ever....
The one thing (OK many things ) I can be reasonably sure of still owning when the reaper comes is the guns. It's not looking like any of my heirs will appreciate them, so I'm thinking of putting some kind of auction instructions in my will. That way the guns bring what they are worth and land in good homes where they are appreciated.I have seen first hand many older collectors pass on and the fruits of their labors and passions go to a bunch of worthless relatives fighting like dogs for every scrap they can get.