Some photos of my railfanning around the East Bay

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NM_RailNut

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I don't blame you for feeling that way, Bill; however, I work at the VA hospital in Albuquerque and I feel safer there from COVID-19 than I would at quite a few other places in the Duke City. (Of course, all of those places are now closed or have restrictions in place, so that's probably a moot concern now.) We do take all precautions there, of course, and as long as you do the same you should be fine.
 

Itsed65

Well-Known Member
I work for the VA Regional Office out of Oakland, but fortunately I have worked from home 4 days a week for the last few years, so luckily not much has changed in my daily routine.
 

Itsed65

Well-Known Member
I'm stuck at home like many (I have actually been working from home 4 days a week for the last few years, so its not a big stretch for me personally), so I have been going through the back catalog. This vineyard just south of the Stockton Intermodal yard has since been plowed under and was a barren field the last time I was out that way around New Years.

Holding in the Vines
by lennycarl08, on Flickr
 


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