In the time of social distancing, nature provides a great solace for the human spirit. The animals, who go about their springtime affairs unaffected by coronavirus, remind us that the natural world carries on. Birds wake well before dawn, when the air is still cool and quiet. The sun warms the highest peaks first, where winter’s snow lingers on into late April, eventually touching the valley floor. Mist lifts off the water’s surface with the coming of the day. Our mental and physical health is tied to the landscapes that surrounds us, and time outdoors can ease our minds as we fill our lungs with fresh air and stretch our bodies. This connection to nature reminds us that the world is much larger than us, and together we will preserver.