It is 4.35am and Anne and I are in the sun room having a cup of tea. The sky is getting lighter by the minute. Even after 6 weeks of 'lockdown' we are enjoying the isolation. We get out for walks and I go cycling from time to time. I enjoy being on my own and like the solitude. It is perhaps a horrible thing to say but I don't miss anyones company. I do miss that I can't go to the Annandale Distillery for scone, jam and cream or to Pellosis in Langholm for an All Day breakfast.
On the other hand life is simpler and less expensive.
A few days ago I followed Bill Openshaw's idea of riding over 100 miles within a radius of 12 miles from home. The route overall wasn't inspiring but I found myself on roads between Walton and Langholm I had not been on before. Later this morning I'll be hopefully joining other harp players in a Zoom session. Bye for now.