The situation for us is a bit confused: the island we live on has one way off (other than by boat), and that is a bridge across the Intracoastal Waterway that puts you in the town of Port Isabel on the other side of that bridge. PI has tightened down their restrictions over the last couple of days, requiring masks on anyone out in public and a "no travel" order, other than "essential"... you can walk or ride a bicycle, keeping that 6' distance in mind. There is a checkpoint set up on the road onto South Padre Island, turning away "non-essential" traffic. I haven't been off our island since we got home last Thursday. Joan has gone to the store twice, both early morning and on odd dates (we have an odd # license plate); yes, that is being enforced, too. She has seen no two-wheel vehicles when out; hardly any cars. I don't know if we'd get by (justifying a trip to the drug store), trying to get out for a ride. There is essentially one way in/out for that town, too. I understand the concerns of the local government/LE: people want to get to the beach. All county beach accesses are closed. Thus, the reason for a checkpoint. Restaurants who were offering curbside pick-up are closing because people can't get to them. All this to say: we are kind of "locked in." Our small island is not a part of Port Isabel or South Padre Island. I think I may have to break down and ride my scoot around here, with our 10 or 15 mph speed limits. And less than 6 miles of roads, all through residential neighborhood. As far as golf, the resort village we live was designed with a golf course. It's not my thing, but our resort manager clarified the current rules: if you live with someone, you can play (golf) with them. Otherwise, you golf solo. The larger golf course that is about 7 miles from our island is closed. As far as life: this time of year, our island is populated with residents, most of whom are "of a certain age." Renters generally start to show up as it gets closer to summer, but the current edict is: no renters will be allowed to enter the village (at least through April, possibly longer). Right now, since we are "off on our own," it seems to be a safe place to be. Smart people are still taking all the precautions, some think "it can't happen to me." When the first case hits here, there are a lot of vulnerable people. A neighbor/friend of ours was a bit put off because she came at me for a hug and I told her "NO!" I don't know where she's been and she doesn't know where I've been. Seems to me that is the only way to go, for now.