HeWho was on his best game today. A camper buddy suggested a window for checking in, since a large amount of the population seems to find wearing a mask to be so bothersome.
Genius idea! I mentioned it to the man in the chair and he seemed to think it was a good idea as well.
Not sure if the idea was so appealing as the thought of going out to purchase plexiglass was. He does like to shop, this man who thinks gravity won't keep his chair on the floor.
I fished a folding table out of the dumpster some time ago. I have no pride, you know. All it needs is a new dowel and a good paint job, nothing wrong with it. Thinking ahead, as I am apt to do, I had been waiting until HeWho was going to a hardware store to have him get a dowel for the table. I have various sizes of dowels around here, just not the size required. I gave him one of the broken pieces of the dowel and asked if he would get one while he was there.
He forgot it. It was one of two items he was supposed to get, so he hopped back into his truck and made a second trip. I thought about asking for bread, but I didn't want to confuse him.
The plexiglass in hand, and the dowel came in with him. I honestly thought I was going to be the one to install the plexiglass, or it would take a few weeks to get to. He bought a door for the house about a year ago and it still lingers on it's side next to all the extra pool paint.
I asked if he had planned to cover the entire length of the window, since that is the size he purchased. I had thoughts of a piece that would fit snug against the storm window and would only require removal of the screen. But he went outside and removed the storm window entirely and the plexiglass covers the entire window except for a 3" opening at the bottom to slide out a registration on a clipboard. Everything pertaining to checking in can be handled with no contact!
He bought AND installed in the SAME day! Problem solved for masks. But, what about merchandise? Well, you will have to bite the bullet and cover your mouth and nose if you want to enter my Covid free sanctuary! Or, you can always drive 23 miles to Walmart! Walmart will give you a mask, but they won't make you wear it. I was asked last week if I had masks to give out. No, I am not Walmart. Masking tape, I have that, but fear that covering the mouth and nose would be somewhat criminal.