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    Isolation activities.

    If you are a LOTR fan then you can listen to an excellent narration of the story. I recommend it. Tick / VG / 10 out of 10 / classy / free to listen to. Even having read the book several times I did still skip bits and, well, I am thoroughly enjoying this.

    It is/was also available on YouTube but chapters 7 to 12/13 were missing. Also, this way you can close you screen down without closing YouTube as well.

    https://tokybook.com/fellowship-rings-audiobook-01/

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    If you are a Tolkien fan and have read Lord of the Rings LOTR and the Hobbit at least twice, then get hold of The Silmarillion. As an insight into an authors plans and background to Middle Earth it is worth the effort. Not all of the stories are well written or completed as were the Hobbit and LOTR but well worth as an insight into Tolkien's complete Mythology.
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    Or you could come and point my house I will stop in house .to
    Keep social distancing guide lines and T will be placed on step .and left for you

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    Become an internet diver, but i think there'll be an increase of posts on here about kit fettling and "how do I fix what I just buggered up".
    Find us on FB - Casnewydd Scuba.

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    You can look at all the lovely artwork on my blog! http://www.artofdiving.co.uk/


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    I shall look, later.

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    I bought one of those mini trampolines you can jog on. As the days progress I feel like I am embracing my inner hamster - food in storage, only allowed out here and there, when bored, move to corner and run on wheel substitute (trampoline). Thought would start preparing now for the inevitable London lockdown!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smileydiver View Post
    I bought one of those mini trampolines you can jog on. As the days progress I feel like I am embracing my inner hamster - food in storage, only allowed out here and there, when bored, move to corner and run on wheel substitute (trampoline). Thought would start preparing now for the inevitable London lockdown!!
    Brilliant, all you need is mumps!!
    Evolution is great at solving problems. It's the methods that concern me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smileydiver View Post
    I bought one of those mini trampolines you can jog on. As the days progress I feel like I am embracing my inner hamster - food in storage, only allowed out here and there, when bored, move to corner and run on wheel substitute (trampoline). Thought would start preparing now for the inevitable London lockdown!!
    Video or it didn't happen
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    Not short, just concentrated awesome ;) smileydiver's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Digger View Post
    Brilliant, all you need is mumps!!
    No thanks, had that when I was little and don't remember it being fun at all! I could just pouch food in my cheeks for the desired effect though!! Thanks to the nice little local shops I got some more fresh fruit and veg so it can be healthy food pouched too!!
    The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever - Jacques Cousteau


 
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