Mariner’s Home Opener

And we are there.

Sort of. But at least we are in our seats. And the first in the outfield. (There are a lot more now. )

We’re the really white ones

The Mariners managed to keep a few opening day traditions alive, including a Make-a-wish kid run around the bases first. A few days ago, but I don’t think they want to expose a medically fragile child to a bunch of ballplayers.

At least 2 MLB teams have players who have tested positive. The season is still on, but we’ll see if it continues, especially without a bubble. Flexibility in scheduling is currently the key.

Carl’s over 60 team continues it’s socially distanced practices, but it is becoming increasingly likely they will not have a season. I think the guys are enjoying the exercise and camaraderie. Carl is about the only one who wears a mask while playing. But they do keep their distance.

Walking continues to be my primary exercise.

Crossing the bridge from campus to not campus. We have been doing more walking in the early evening, and less at lunch. It’s okay, but I think we are out during the highest temperatures of the day.

We are not walking this evening, because, Opening Day.

2 Responses to “Mariner’s Home Opener”

  1. Margaret Grieve-Fent Says:

    It’s very positive to stay with some of our “normal” routines, as much as we can. The cut outs are great! I’m glad that Carl is wearing a mask and distancing, but still enjoying his workouts. Exercise is always good!

  2. RegenAxe Says:

    Great pictures of you as cardboard cutouts!

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