In our seven years of full-time RVing, we have definitely learned to be flexible. We're going to use that flexibility again as our plans have changed AGAIN. We planned to leave right after the ski trip, but that changed because of Covid. We were exposed to this bothersome virus while we were in Colorado, and several members of our ski group tested positive. We didn't go to the trouble of being tested, since we were positive that Denisa's results would be positive. She had all the classic symptoms--congestion, cough, head ache, sore throat, fatigue, and body aches. As soon as the symptoms appeared she started her quarantine--in the upstairs bedroom at Mark's Mother's house. She didn't want to take any chances of exposing Mark's 93-year-old Mother. While her quarantine quarters are large and have a private bathroom, they don't have any television and only spotty internet and phone signal. That's where Denisa has been hanging out for the last three days.
Mark never had any symptoms, so we're not sure if he was an asymptomatic positive, or he somehow avoided getting Covid this time. Either way, his Mother never got Covid even though they spent lots of time together during those three days. While we usually cook together, Mark and his Mother were in charge of the kitchen. They delivered some great meals to the quarantine room. Because we have no other pictures to post, Denisa took pictures of some of the meals. This one includes farm-raised fried chicken (from the same neighbor that provides the fresh eggs), real mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, home-made bread, home-made sand plum jelly, and a salad. You could say that Denisa was very well fed with meals lovingly prepared during her quarantine. She was glad that she never lost her senses of taste or smell this time, as the meals were tasty!