Wide Open Spaces

Breathing the fresh, spring air with no one around to share or cross contaminate.

Friendly neighbors spaced out by 5 acres offer a wave from afar.

Walking the gravel road in silence and peace to witness the nightly sunset.

Recreating a good ole fashioned Wisconsin fish fry from fish caught this week on an empty, deserted lake.

Cross country skiing more than six feet apart from a friend on a ski trail where there are more signs of spring than snow.

A red tent set up in the basement where the kids have their own form of quarantine fun.

A blacktop driveway where bikes roll around the and swerve the puddles.

Wide open possibilities.

Published by jwoodlaird

As a child, I lived next door to the library, my mom owned a bookstore during my middle school years, and I've spent the last 22 years teaching reading and writing. Loving books was no accident!

3 thoughts on “Wide Open Spaces

  1. Nice list of things to do! I’m glad you’re getting some fresh air while being socially responsible. I’m grateful we live here with lots of wide open spaces instead of a crowded city!

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