Just before lunch, Lisa and I put the repaired left front tire back on the Astro.
The replacement went routinely. I did the cranking of the jack up and down, and Lisa used her torque wrench to make sure the wheel lugs weren't over-tightened. Because we did this on the right front a few weeks ago, it wasn't that difficult to re-stow things.
After lunch, we went to Reno to try and do the shopping we'd planned to do yesterday. It did not go very well. Our first stop was the shoe store where we've been buying shoes for years. Lisa's shoes are worn out, and she needed to make sure the size she wanted fit correctly. They had the style and size on the shelf, and Lisa tried on the shoes herself without assistant. They were fine, so she put them back in the box and I tried to buy them. But the person behind the counter (who had been helping another customer while Lisa tried on shoes, which was fine with her) was both wearing her face covering below her nose, but she was coughing, and was removing her face mask to cough and then handling the box, taking the shoes out, and otherwise in our opinion contaminating the box and the air in the shop. That was too much for Lisa. She said, "Never mind," and we walked out. The woman seemed puzzled by our attitude.
We went back to the van, liberally applied hand sanitizer, and tried to go to Raley's grocery store. Which was packed almost as busy as it was before Christmas. Is the approaching President's Day holiday weekend (which I don't get; Monday is not a holiday for my company) that big a deal? Particularly after the rattling experience with the shoe store, this was just too much for us. We went home, once again foiled.
We'll have to decide whether to try to go back to the shoe store on a day when someone else is there, or to give up and order by mail.