+1Adventure Logs wrote: ↑Sun May 03, 2020 12:39 am
See Bille, that’s your decisión and I’m fine with it. If you want to remain safe from something with less than 1% fatality rate(I’m sure higher for you due to preexisting condition) go right on ahead. Stay inside and stay out of the way. But our rights do not get ignore for a “pandemic”. Do not judge others for taking the “risk”. Nowadays you can do both and still be isolated. I’m sick of people tweaking out because they think everything will effect them. Our egos are out of control lol.
It’s pretty clear now that through the knee jerk reaction and fear mongering media that we have done Significantly more damage due to the fear of the virus than what the virus has actually done to us. Sad.
been kiting all this time since the start and so did all my friends in different parts of US...and abroad..
so far I have seen no problems with access in NY, GA, FL, if you are smart.. in fact, in most of the counties in those states, kiters are treated better than regular beach goers.. yes many beaches in GA,FL are open for sports activities only, meaning that people with coolers, chairs and umbrellas are NOT allowed ... As to the chances of dying from the virus: in st johns county, Florida, 4 people has passed away from covid-19 (from the beginning) and 3 people were shot in the last week.. so asking people to wear masks and not bullet proof vests is somewhat questionable..
anyways, here is a shot from last week.. a storm front passing and no one on the beach for miles