Like everyone else our plans to do a big college road trip with D21 are out the window with Covid. But we have been doing a couple of DIY walking tours of some of the closed colleges around our area while maintaining appropriate social distancing. They are all being used as parks and green space for local residents so skateboarders, families with strollers, people walking dogs, etc.
So far we have DIY toured University of Puget Sound, Lewis & Clark, and Reed College and might drive out to Whitman and Gonzaga at some point this summer. You get quite a big more realistic view of what the campus looks like by actually being their in person, even if you don’t do an official tour, compared to what you see on their digital virtual tours that are extremely edited and curated.
Anyone else doing this too? Curious what you look for other than just walking around and absorbing first impressions of a campus sans students.