A fine day for scooting about
Mystic — People are still trying to get some time outdoors amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Katie Williams was walking along Greenemanville Avenue on Tuesday with her children, Ceci, 9, and Holden, 6, and niece Violet Rodriguez, 5, riding their scooters.
Williams says she is caring for Violet, whose mother is a nurse, during the current crisis.
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