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An Antidote To The Current (or any) Crisis
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Fellow Rogues,

Being in Lockdown is hard.
I'm an outdoorsy type of guy and I sorely miss the rustle of the trees, the breeze in my... well ok... uhm, the sound of the birds chirping etc etc

So, how do I cope with being cooped up at home all the time?
Well, I'm lucky that my PC sits in my conservatory facing onto my back garden, and the hills beyond. There's almost always something to see... garden birds at our feeders, rabbits in the neighbours garden... a buzzard circling overhead... the wind turbine blades doing their hypnotic circles way out on the horizon and so on.

But, when the weather's bad, or if I want to just close my eyes and relax... I've found a new best friend, an antidote to stress and crises of any kind!
It's a Youtubby channel which hosts many videos of long, peaceful nature scenes. From rivers and woods to camp fires and mountain streams.... I love it!

Ladies, Gents and @BIAD... I give you The Silent Watcher...


The Silent Watcher

If you're feeling a bit stressed by the current crisis (or anything really), then I can highly recommend it!

Now, what's your favourite going to be?

Mine is currently this one:





Enjoy,
G
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@gordi 
Thank You for the video  minusculethumbsup2

Sorry you're Cooped-Up  tinycrying

I guess I'll Torture you just a little, we go out every day, although do not have the Green Trees and Flowers and tall grass (we live in Phoenix, AZ.)
We do get to travel and enjoy the Ponderosa Pine Trees and Green Pastures of Flagstaff, AZ. which we will be going to again next Saturday to collect Herbs and Black Ants.

Last week we went out and fired our weapons and the week before that, we spent a week fishing and living in our 5th wheel rv.
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