Did you get to use the CB radio, trackstar? In can actually be a survival skill for the future.
At the risk of being put in one bag with fans of Andrew Wakefield, thanks but no thanks for vaccines - at least as long as the antibody enhanced reactions to mutated/recombined versions of this virus seem likely. I think this kind of viruses can only be managed by letting them settle the population - metaphorically speaking, they will evolve into a more friendly form for their own sake (like common flu).
Haha - you have a good memory! Yes, I did use that radio some, but obviously this never turned into a real Zombie Apocalypse and my gas station concerns were also unwarranted. In fact, it is still very low priced - around $2 a gallon and there was no interruption in that supply chain.
On the evolution of the virus, I agree on vaccines - none for me either and I will take my chances.
Of course, I will take care around other people - continue to wear my mask and I'm going very light on travel until the results of phased opening of various regional economies becomes clear.
However, I may take a drive out to Amherst soon - it is a big college town in the western part of the state and filled with flowering trees of all varieties this time of year. I can do "curbside takeout" from my favorite Inn/restaurant there and take pictures along the long rural roads that go from town to town.
(I have many photos of flowers and trees from my excursions over the years, but why not get a few more!)
The spectacle is not a collection of images, but a social relation among people, mediated by images. - Guy Debord