Day 108 of Safer-at-Home here in Panama City Beach, Florida. Today’s Department if Health’s (DOH) statistics for COVID-19 for Bay County are 347 cases and 4 deaths, and for Florida are 146,341 cases and 3,447 deaths The statistics form Florida’s Community Coronavirus Dashboard for Bay County are 363 cases and 6 deaths, and for Florida are 156,792 cases and 3,546 deaths. As the cases keep spiking up, the questions is when when they begin to level out. Except for closing bars, the governor has basically told us we are are on our own.
I did walk this morning, as the Saharan dust cloud has moved on from our area. I am glad it is gone, as the dust was a real irritant to my eyes and skin. But the humidity was high even at 6 am when I walked. You would think after 30 years here I would get use to it, but I haven’t. The other thing I haven’t got use to in Florida is the palmetto bugs. Yuck.
I worked in my workshop most of the day finishing up one of my samples for the first class, which begins in a week. I am working on another and hope to finish it tomorrow. I still have kits and handouts to work on. I am definitely the queen of last minute.
This summer I am using my indoor grill, air fryer and Instant Pot to do most of my cooking, as it is too hot to turn on the oven. So for lunch today I cooked the sweet potatoes in the air fryer and the salmon on the grill. I did use my stove top to cook the onion, zucchini and tomato medley. Everything came out good except for the salmon. I undercooked it and was only able to eat the tail end. I will use the rest tomorrow when I make salmon tacos.
Stay Safe, Stay Healthy