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    We drove 16 hours to another state with really low numbers.
    My bf's best friend and wife have been isolating so they felt safe, based on our lifestyle to have us visit.
    They live in a beautiful rural, wine country in Oregon. It's been really nice. But today's our last day.
    Not looking forward to the drive and returning to staring at my lap top in my dining room.
    We're getting ready to go for a hike and then back to bbq. I haven't watched the news in 4 days.
    Wish we could stay longer a pretend none of this covid/political garbage was home waiting for us.

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    Originally Posted by reinventmyself
    We drove 16 hours to another state with really low numbers.
    My bf's best friend and wife have been isolating so they felt safe, based on our lifestyle to have us visit.
    They live in a beautiful rural, wine country in Oregon. It's been really nice. But today's our last day.
    Not looking forward to the drive and returning to staring at my lap top in my dining room.
    We're getting ready to go for a hike and then back to bbq. I haven't watched the news in 4 days.
    Wish we could stay longer a pretend none of this covid/political garbage was home waiting for us.
    I love Oregon -we went to cannon beach years ago and maybe ashland?? (and portland too)

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    We are in Willamette Valley
    This one is the view from our friends deck.

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    Ugh, 3 clusters of breakouts in my local big town now. We went there yesterday and caught up with a few friends.. I'm getting rather anxious about the cluster near me..
    Off to visit my mum for a few days, I'm really hoping I haven't picked up the virus. I haven't been to any of these 3 places of clusters, but 1 is a supermarket apparently limited to staff, but contact tracing isn't really a thing atm especially not in supermarkets..

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    Can you get tested? That way you would know and wouldn't have to worry about whether you might be infected and not know it.

    I've just scheduled my third test. I want to know because I would like to visit my brother but not if I'm infected.

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    Just found out my hubby canít come home while on course. 😓😓😓😭

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    Originally Posted by ~Seraphim ~
    Just found out my hubby canít come home while on course. 😓😓😓😭
    Can you visit??

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    Originally Posted by Batya33
    Can you visit??
    No.

    He also has to self isolate 14 days before going.

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    Originally Posted by ~Seraphim ~
    No.

    He also has to self isolate 14 days before going.
    Wow. I hope it's worth the benefits to all of you!!

    My son bagged the intense virtual camp -two-week camp- 40 minutes in. Not a battle I was going to fight. Because (1) virtual is just a nonstarter for an intense educational camp on zoom -at least for him - despite the organizers/instructors being awesome - hats off to them; (2) it would have been tons of work for me both when he was online and digesting the material after the camp. Time I don't have and would do with all of my heart if it were school or he absolutely loved it. It was over for him when they wanted him to introduce himself -in person he would have, no prob, and virtually if it wasn't so crowded/formal but - nope. Yes we got a refund (very inexpensive as it was school-sponsored) and yes I'm glad he didn't embarrass himself or commit and then quit. I still feel sad, a mite guilty and a mite defensive although everyone understands!

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    Originally Posted by Batya33
    Wow. I hope it's worth the benefits to all of you!!

    My son bagged the intense virtual camp -two-week camp- 40 minutes in. Not a battle I was going to fight. Because (1) virtual is just a nonstarter for an intense educational camp on zoom -at least for him - despite the organizers/instructors being awesome - hats off to them; (2) it would have been tons of work for me both when he was online and digesting the material after the camp. Time I don't have and would do with all of my heart if it were school or he absolutely loved it. It was over for him when they wanted him to introduce himself -in person he would have, no prob, and virtually if it wasn't so crowded/formal but - nope. Yes we got a refund (very inexpensive as it was school-sponsored) and yes I'm glad he didn't embarrass himself or commit and then quit. I still feel sad, a mite guilty and a mite defensive although everyone understands!
    Oh absolutely the benefits outweigh the bad.

    I am sorry to hear about your sonís camp .


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