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Wingstyle wrote: 01 Apr 2020 13:50 Welcome aboard Communicator.
How are things in Texas with the pandemic?
Are you and your family okay?
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all ok for now but time will tell
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communicator wrote: 13 Apr 2020 14:10
kernowing wrote: 31 Mar 2020 22:20 Welcome to Zumo User Forums Communicator. Lots of discussion going on just now about the XT.
How are things in UK with the pandemic?
Are you and your family okay?
Things in the UK are not so good just now. Too many people losing their lives and no sign of light at the end of the tunnel!
I and mine are OK at the moment, observing the Govt. rules and getting jobs done about the home.
News is not good from France? Hope you're managing to stay healthy.
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Re: New member from France near Paris

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communicator wrote: 13 Apr 2020 14:09
CollingsBob wrote: 13 Apr 2020 03:32Welcome!
How are things in Canada with the pandemic?
Are you and your family okay?
My apologies for the slow response..we are all ok, thanks. We’ve been very careful, but we do manage to get out for a drive or a walk every day. My wife cancelled her April trip to Victoria on Vancouver island and I have postponed my May trip to Scotland until late September, but these are small sacrifices.
Are you and your family ok?
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Re: New member from France near Paris

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CollingsBob wrote: 25 Apr 2020 21:33
communicator wrote: 13 Apr 2020 14:09
CollingsBob wrote: 13 Apr 2020 03:32Welcome!
How are things in Canada with the pandemic?
Are you and your family okay?
My apologies for the slow response..we are all ok, thanks. We’ve been very careful, but we do manage to get out for a drive or a walk every day. My wife cancelled her April trip to Victoria on Vancouver island and I have postponed my May trip to Scotland until late September, but these are small sacrifices.
Are you and your family ok?
Yes thank you the whole family is Ok; from great-grandmothers (85 and 89 years old) to grandchildren (6 and 10 years old).
Since the confinement, the weather has been wonderful in the Paris area and since I own a motorcycle, I curse the weather because I can't ride my motorcycle.
And as the importer Garmin France is closed, I can't buy the Garmin Zumo XT in anticipation of this summer's rides.
Take care and think that we are heading for better days.

8-) 8-) 8-)
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Re: New member from France near Paris

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kernowing wrote: 13 Apr 2020 21:56
communicator wrote: 13 Apr 2020 14:10
kernowing wrote: 31 Mar 2020 22:20 Welcome to Zumo User Forums Communicator. Lots of discussion going on just now about the XT.
How are things in UK with the pandemic?
Are you and your family okay?
Things in the UK are not so good just now. Too many people losing their lives and no sign of light at the end of the tunnel!
I and mine are OK at the moment, observing the Govt. rules and getting jobs done about the home.
News is not good from France? Hope you're managing to stay healthy.
In France, the pandemic is beginning to decrease significantly, especially in hospitals, where the number of intensive care admissions has been greatly reduced, as has mortality.
I think we are heading for better days. But after May 11th, what will happen with the end of the lock down?
Only the coronavirus knows! :shock: :shock: :shock:

Be well and your family.
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