No two ways about it: 2020 is a lost year for travel.
Regan Johnson and her husband, Scott, forfeited a spring vacation to Hawaii. Then they skipped a weekend trip to Ashland, Ore., to see the Shakespeare Festival. Finally, they reluctantly canceled a tour of Europe scheduled for next month.
“Staying home is not much fun,” says Johnson, a retired receptionist who lives in Davis, Calif.
“How 2020 became the lost year for travel”