Like minds (except we didn't dress up) after picking up our online grocery order, went through the drive thru at a local fast food, that has a catfish plate on Friday. First meal out in two weeks!My other half and I went food shopping yesterday and dressed up in our best clothes as it was the first time we'd been out in a week, how sad is that!
actionGive it a few years, once the inquiries are out of the way, then boom time in spending on health systems and the 24 hour churn channels are on to something new then it'll just be an irregular conversation thing.
Only things that may change in this are a decrease in on-demand tourism (not for the scare of travelling but there'll be a lot of places/airlines go down the pan), and perhaps countries may stop relying on just in time manufacturing in Asia for critical things.
Canadian Tire's website is only "ok" on a good day. They should use this time to correct their inventory. Always, always wrong, and never just just one or two items that could have been stolen, but by dozens.All the hardware stores under lockdown here, with online ordering and contactless pickup only. However, the major chain, Canadian Tire has had their web page overloaded and no one can get in to order anything. I've decided to switch my business to second largest, Home Hardware because of supreme service, matched prices and the small thing; I can actually get into the online ordering page.
Where were you meant to be heading, Steve?well, I have just broken up for my holiday.
I was supposed to be going climbing in Spain, now I guess I will visit my lounge. I may set my tent up in the garden to make it more authentic
I was going to el chorro, which is in the south near Malaga. Was going to be my first visit to SpainI have got to the point where I'm having trouble working out what day it is. Every single day is more or less the same at the moment, and the weirdest thing is that with the highly restricted travel I can find out what is going off in London, New York, Paris, Madrid or other major city in the world but I know nothing of what is happening right here in the village.
The country though is wanting to start going back to "normal" next week, which I think is more that the government are scared of the coffers drying up than that the country is on it's way out of the mess.
Where were you meant to be heading, Steve?
I know it, the caminito del Rey, equally as beautiful as scary; not too far from the village where the mother-in-law was born. You'll get chance to get over sometime, I don't think the rocks will go anywhere with the current situation.I was going to el chorro, which is in the south near Malaga. Was going to be my first visit to Spain