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I do a lot of local travel. This means, in this time of coronavirus (when McDonald’s bathrooms are no longer as reliable as they once were), that I visit many rest stops. The scene at every rest stop is much the same:
A carload of pre-masked people pulls into a parking space. They disembark, mask their way up the pathway to the bathrooms, finish their business, mask themselves back to their car, pile in, and mask away into the sunset.
This weekend, I spent some time at a state park. It had the atmosphere of a rest stop: A bunch of pre-masked college students, itching to commune with nature, masked out of their car, masked down the trail, masked between the trees and among the mossy boulders, and took masked selfies as they stood in front of a waterfall.
Lord, when will it end?Published in