Aptos, CA: Social distancing guidelines at Aptos Street BBQ include guidelines that:
EMPLOYEES and CUSTOMERS SHOULD: Not shake hands or engage in any unnecessary physical contact
As I surf back to a universe in which I can eat BBQ inside a restaurant, like Black’s BBQ in Austin, Texas, I thought I’d check to see how things were at Aptos Street BBQ. You can no longer drink a beer inside and the selection of beers on tap is reduced. You can buy bottles and cans of beer and purchase BBQ-to-go.
Face coverings are now required in order to enter the restaurant. And no more horsin’ around with “unnecessary physical contact”.
In RV news, the water on the floor of my RV appears to be coming from the AC unit.
4 thoughts on “20200422W Day 113: No Unnecessary Physical Contact on Aptos Street”
It’ll likely be Fall, before anyone hugs in public again, at least here in Arizona. Restaurants will hopefully be able to open for dine-in, by then, as well. I hope all is well in the California universe. I usually visit SoCal, twice a year, so maybe that will happen in the Fall, as well.
All these pandemic blog diaries are going to make great history in a few hundred years.
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Best wishes, Pete.
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