In July, 2020, during the pandemic, we were able to go on a planned vacation in our trailer to the east side of the Sierras and more. Being in our trailer, we were physically distanced from just about everyone. We ate, showered, and slept in the trailer so we were not close to others except when we were walking on trails. We didn't go out to eat or go to shops except one gift shop that was open. Museums and visitor centers were closed so that distracted a little from our trip. We enjoyed seeing new parts of California and revisited some parts we had seen before.
Most places we stayed allowed for campfires, so we had one every night except for one where they didn't permit them. We enjoyed our nightly s'mores. Well, actually, we found that we enjoy a toasted marshmallow in graham crackers, and no chocolate was needed.
The orange line shows our path as captured by Amateur Radio APRS service and Google Earth.
Retirement is great. We bought a travel trailer and are exploring National Parks. (Actually, we bought one and sold it and bought a second one better suited to us. It happens...) And I have time to do some woodworking projects and things around the house. And now I have gotten interested in ham radio so there goes any free time.