KIP MOORE is quarantining at his lodge in the mountains of Kentucky during the Coronavirus pandemic. So how’s he coping? He says he’s eating frozen meats, doing some rock climbing, skateboarding . . . and spending at least 45 minutes a day learning Spanish with the Duolingo app.
“I’m trying to eat right, take care of my body. I’ve followed the guidelines of quarantining myself. I’m trying to do everything asked of me. I’m currently in the mountains and I’m rock climbing. I’m completely solo. I’m off the grid. I’ve stocked up on a lot of frozen meats. I’ve got a little lodge up here in Kentucky, so I’m hanging out here, so that’s where I’m spending my time.”
As for learning Spanish. It’s one thing to download the Duolingo app, which he did . . . but he’s been spending 45 minutes to an hour on it “every single morning.”
Kip also found a way to help during this time. He teamed up with the Eat Well people to provide over 3,000 free meals to kids in middle Tennessee affected by school closures. Find out more at EatWellNashville.com.