by Gayle Picken
It’s still sinking in.
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So, what does a travel blog publisher do? We founded the Day Trips in Washington project to inspire you to go out and explore all the cities and towns in our beautiful state. Now that mission is [temporarily] on hold as we pivot around this interesting dilemma. We’ve decided to go with the flow ….
For now, Day Trips in Washington will promote “Stay Trips” in Washington.
We’re grateful for our homes, plentiful food in our grocery stores that remain open, the supply trucks that deliver anything we need right to our doorsteps.
We’re grateful for technology that allows us to stay in touch. To connect with others through social media, even to have an entire family from different parts of the continent come together on our computer screens smiling and singing happy birthday.
While we watch doctors and nurses risk their lives helping to contain and fight this virus and our local businesses close their doors temporarily to face an uncertain future, we feel compelled to offer something to you, our loyal audience and to our communities across the state of Washington.
Now, more than ever, we are truly in this together. We implore you to Stay Home and Stay Healthy. Support your local businesses, restaurants, farmers, wineries, breweries and more so that they have some hope of being able to open again when this is over. And reach out to friends and family to make sure they are coping with the isolation and uncertainty.
Bringing the Adventure to You
For as long as we’re asked to Stay Home, our new goal will be to bring the adventure to you! Look for contests and quizzes, stories and slideshows, virtual tours and virtual tastings – all to be enjoyed from the comforts of your couch.
We hope to inspire you, to give you a little breather from stress, and to provide a glimmer of hope that when all of this is over, we’ll be stronger and healthier and ready to get out and explore.
Stay safe Washington. From our couch to yours …
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