A tai chi class follows the instructor in the Wildhorse neighborhood. Due to the stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have turned to calming meditation practices like tai chi.
Attached to a pole in a neighborhood road is a pink balloon with a sign reading “clue 16”. With most outside entertainment closed, both children and adults are participating in outdoor activities like scavenger hunts.
Amid the pandemic, Davis neighbors are spreading encouragement through chalk messages or painted rocks. This painted rock reads “hope.”
This painted rock reads “we will break COVID-19.”
With gyms and other physical activity buildings closed, Davis residents have started walking more outdoors. The Wildhorse walking trail along the reserve has seen a great increase in traffic.
A bike rests against a tree in Nugget Fields. In addition to walking, the Davis community have been exercising through biking through town.
On the Nugget Fields, a group of Davis children and their parents play soccer.
After the first step of Yolo County’s “Road to Recovery” was enacted, the Wildhorse Golf Course reopened. Since then, the course’s parking lot has been consistently full of golfers who want to play.
By Allyson Kang,
Due to the COVID-19 lockdown in YOLO County, Davis residents have resorted to spending time outside with their family to keep themselves entertained.