A lockdown confusion(9 Posts)
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So, I live in Scotland. We are in lockdown.
My nearest big town is England. My shopping often comes from England depending on which supermarket I get a delivery from.
I have been at home for eight weeks, not left farm.
Dh and I were chatting generally tonight and he said why don't you go to town with baby for a walk. I said because I can't. We are still on lockdown.
I think that's the same as last week when everyone was getting cross at people travelling about for whatever reason. He thinks it's our local town and I could go.
There's been a lot in the press this week about the border between Scotland and England being confused as it is.
I'm not going to go, but would you? Just out of interest.
Could you combine the trip with a supermarket stop for groceries
You still allowed to go for a walk in Scotland?
What is stopping you?
Oh yes, I just have managed to get online so have not been at all.
I won't go, but I sort of see what he means. It's our local town but we would be breaking our rules to go there. It is also about twenty miles drive.
If I were a bird, for example, I could fly over the hill in less than two miles.
What's stopping me, probably the drive for non essential journey part. I can walk here. So I don't have to drive there and walk.
There must be lots of people right across the border and with Wales border with same sort of thing though. One rule if I go one way, another the other way.
Isn't there a street on the English/welsh border where one side of the street is in England and one side is in Wales?
Wonder how that works. Just common sense I presume.
Oh is there @ClashCityRocker. That's interesting.
Yes agree completely common sense. As I say I won't go, but this being here so much time to think about this stuff. Then I was thinking about the people in the opposite side from me, so can go out more England but still shouldn't really come here. Yet here might be their closest place.
Just did a search on that street. Lots in news about it. Strangest one being one half of the street is now getting rubbish collected the other is not.
Yeah, there must be quite a few people who live one side of the border but work/shopping is mainly the other side.
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