Alton, Mo. – With the coronavirus going on, the CDC suggests social distancing which is 6-feet. You may not know how far six feet is, so here are some examples of things that are six-feet.
Six feet is six bowling pins stacked on top of each other. 
People who love to shop, think of two shopping carts because they equal six feet. 
If you are a dog lover two Golden Retrievers standing nose to tail is an equivalent to six feet. 
If you love sleeping, a full or twin size mattress is six feet long. So just imagine your mattress between you and the other person. 
You see doors wherever you go. Just picture a door and you will have six feet between you and a friend. 
If you love horses this six feet equivalent is for you. A Thoroughbred racehorse equals six feet. 
Do you anticipate when the mail car comes? Just think of two mailboxes on top of each other and you have six feet. 
Most people have a sofa in their home. Just think of sitting on a three-person sofa because it equals to six feet. 
13 Hershey Bars
There’s nothing like a good Hershey chocolate bar. If you get thirteen of those chocolate bars, you will get seventy-five inches, which is three inches more than six feet.
7 NFL Football’s
For those sports people out there, seven National Football League footballs equal 77 inches which is more than six feet.
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