My family worked in the yard on Saturday. It was a nice day. Warm, but not hot. It's still early enough in the season that weeds and poison oak aren't everywhere, although the ants seem to be back in force for the third year. We mostly worked in what used to be the chicken and goat pastures on our small country plot. It brought back some good memories.
The Town of Nashville recently allowed the county to take over field athletics for its parks and recreation program. Since that time, there's been a lot of back and forth about what will come out of the program now but nothing has actually been done. Now, the leader and only full-time staff member of the department is leaving. I'm a bit worried if anything will come of recreation at this point.
This week brings even tighter restrictions to combat the spread of COVID-19. The entire state is under a mandatory stay at home order as of 5 p.m. Monday, March 30th. Essential businesses listed in the order may still operate. You're not completely confined to your home. You can still leave your home to get food, medicine or other essential needs.
This photo was submitted by Mildred Granny Barwick. She is pictured with her Sunbeams at Camp York, S.C. Ms. Barwick said the photo may have been taken in the late 60s. She listed some of the names including Angela Stokes, Wendy Colbert, Shannon Lancaster, Gerotte Colbert, and Melissa.