Continuing my practice of getting up in the mornings to go out and do something creative, today I was led to the streets of Provo, UT.
What was more interesting than what I saw was what I didn’t see. And that was cars, people, and signs of life.
I drove around the circumference of the core of downtown and the scene was the same. Of course, I did see a few cars here and there, but the streets looked as if there was a curfew in place.
The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic was clearly visible by the absence of the normal hustle and bustle of life in this college town. Hopefully, because people are exercising social distancing, this town, and many others will be able to return to normal activity soon.
That is my fervent hope.
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