So, with a good weather forecast, and wanting to pick up cheese right from the factory, rode the 25 or so miles to a small cheese factory in a small town nearby. Their COVID accommodations are order by phone, with cheese placed on a cart outside the store. While I was at it, thought we should be stocking up on a bit of ice cream, so called in an order at a local shop in the countryside, where a farm decided to produce its own. It's been a great success with people converging from everywhere to eat their product. Again, different rules this year, but they did allow outside seating. I opted for pickup and glad I did....there was a line of people crowded together to buy from a walk-up window....no spacing, no masks in sight.
Day was marred slightly by running a bit late, with clouds moving in, and wanting to make my schedule, so didn't get to stop at the plethora of small, old graveyards in the countryside. But, it was warm (had just switched out my tall for my midsize screen), and the trees were greening up, and well, I was riding! Good 60 or so miles when it was done.
Old small-town Lutheran church on the way.
Hard to make out the line, but starts at the blue SUV and continues to the end of the building....my window was on the left, thankfully.
This should keep us for a while. At least until I need another ride.