Thought you might get a kick out of this article from today’s Wall Street Journal. Reminds me of the height of the Cold War in the 50s and 60s the Popular Mechanic’s articles I would read about nuclear bomb shelters. That and “duck and cover drills” are my fondest memories of that time. I wonder what our memories of “The Great Coronavirus Pandemic” will be.
Hope you all are safe and doing okay and the craziness. Best regards, RustyAs Coronavirus Panic Spreads, Living Underground Doesn’t Seem So Strange
In addition to our nation’s first responders, our police, fire, and medical professionals, when this current crisis is over I’m thinking we will all owe a huge debt of gratitude to another group of professionals. It’s a group that I have been cursing regularly on Interstate 81 for the past 15 years that I’ve been driving north and south from my home in Lexington Virginia: our nation Truckers. I thought perhaps you would find this article of interest as it highlights some of their challenges during the pandemic.Truckers Facing Coronavirus Hurdles in Keeping Supply Chains Moving - WSJ