While restrictions on movement and commerce are gradually easing, the Colombia quarantine is dragging on. As we enter our fourth month of confinement, one of the longest in the world, one thing that’s kept us sane is our daily walking in Medellín. In the early days of the pandemic, the only people allowed out were dog owners for 20-minute walks at a time. (They never specified how many walks were permitted in a day, so our pups found themselves needing to pee quite often!) Those pee walks were a saving grace. We even had a few friends jokingly ask if they could rent our dogs for a few days just to get out of their apartments! Over time, the city has loosened the rules so that everyone is allowed out for two hours a day to exercise. We’ve taken advantage of it by expanding the length and scope of our…

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