Whether you admit it or not once the weather turns cool, we all start dreaming of pumpkin spice everything and apple pie. Autumn is all about soaking the last days of nice weather, watching the leaves change, football (maybe), hayrides and apple picking. As we all know 2020 hasn’t been the year, we all planned and a lot of our seasonal traditions have had to change or have gotten upended all together.
The other day I was staring at my front door and steps trying to decide how many pumpkins I needed to decorate. I thought to myself it would be a lot more fun and creative, if I could go pick pumpkins or apples on one of the local farms.
When we are choosing which activities to enjoy this Fall, we need to find a way to enjoy the activities but minimize our risk of Covid-19. Experts believe that are a few activities that can be done with a small amount of risk if you follow the guidelines. This is assuming the place you choose is following them as well.
How to choose? What should you consider?
Every expert, report and CDC guideline I have reviewed are all unanimous in saying that outdoor activities are always better than indoor activities.
I started to research to see if this was even possible this fall. Below are the latest guidelines I found, along with some other helpful hints: