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isolation day 138, continued
Went bright and early this morning, after last night’s rain. Weather was ok in the shade, about 75f or so. Sun got strong quickly, though, maybe a dawn swamp walk is in order.
Saw very few birds, maybe 3 grackles and a robin. No mosquitoes or gnats which was a pleasant surprise.
Two squirrels and no sign of alien cat or black and white kitty. I saw a rustling in the woods, but have no idea if it was a fox, cat or possum.
Spotted a cargo plane overhead through the clearing, probably headed to Andrews Air Force Base. There hasn’t been as much air traffic over town in that direction lately, I wonder what dynamic changed? There are times we would see air force one (or marine one), along with a couple of fighters alongside but maybe they are on a new route.
Air conditioning is still working at home for the moment, but I remain cautiously hopeful that it will remain.