A combination of cold weather and COVID-19 ensured there were no park visitors Wednesday at Deep River County Park. Its emptiness and fresh April snowfall made for a calm serenity.
Calm reflective waters and snow framed the imagery Wednesday at Deep River County Park in Hobart, where cold weather and COVID-19 ensured no park visitors were present.
A cold calm defined a snowy Deep River County Park Wednesday in Hobart. The cold weather and COVID-19 kept people away.
A snowy embankment leads up to an old, rustic horse cart at Deep River County Park Wednesday.
It was snowy and serene Wednesday at Deep River County Park in Hobart, where cold weather and COVID-19 ensured a facility empty of any visitors.
A fresh snowfall Wednesday intermingled with new leaves and buds opening on a tree at Deep River County Park.
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Gov. Eric Holcomb said Wednesday partial or regional reopenings are being considered based on data tracking reported coronavirus cases, deaths and testing capability.
With more people forced to work and stay at home, there has been a proportional increase of visitations to popular outdoor destinations as many seek physical activity to break away from cabin fever.
Gov. Eric Holcomb will renew his stay-at-home order at least one more time when the current directive expires Monday.
In Northwest Indiana's Northwest Indiana's five-county area, the Thursday forecast reflects a high of about 70 degrees and a low around 50, along with plenty of sunshine and mostly clear skies, the National Weather Service reported
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