1. Nago Torbole is a small town/city in northern Italy on Lake Garda, on the north side of the lake. As you look south, coming into town from the north, there is a river that flows through town and directly in front of you, just to the west are these mountains that jut up on the coast. It looks amazing and a place I’d like to visit one day (I tried to find a royalty free image, but couldn’t find one so click on the “Embed from Getty Images” for a view of the city).
2. The National Emergency Library opened up nearly 1.5 million books for you to read. Not all of these will be up your alley, “The Practical Book of Chinaware” or “The Coal Resources of Canada,” but you never know what you might find. 3. Austin City Limits has opened their entire archives and I can almost assure that there is something for everyone, so long as you like music. 4. Hollar at me when your dog does your yoga with you.
Just in case you need it, here’s a dog doing yoga in Italian. You’re welcome. pic.twitter.com/zTKp3MbI8e
— Amanda in Atlanta (@ATLnewsgirl) March 25, 2020
5. What do we need right now? The Lego Waffle Maker that is exactly what it says that it is. It’s actually not a “Lego” waffle maker, but a brick waffle maker.