Armageddon begins

lines on the pavement

Lockdown 1

We went to the pharmacy downstairs from our flat and joined the perforated queue. When it was our turn and we got to the counter or at least 1.5 metres from it my wife leant towards the pharmacist.

“We’ve both… we’ve both got…” she began as the pharmacist …
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Climbing the ever steepening terrain, the car dropping down through gears, views inversely rising: pretty to impressive, ending at stupendous. Glimpses of a landscape flashing through trees as the car switches back and forth; hairpin after hairpin.

“I can smell aminal poo,” the three year old exclaimed with rising excitement. …
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