So what are you going to do instead?

ColchesterFC

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Once I'm out of isolation myself and Mrs Colch will be using the time to increase the stock levels for her crafting business - we've got the raw materials, just need to get them made in to products. It looks as though almost all of her events this year will be wiped out so will be looking to get her into a good place when it all kicks off again for (hopefully) a few events in September and then her Xmas events.
 

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Over 25yrs old, still in crackin condition.(y)
Good kit well looked after will last a lift time.

I actually really enjoyed today in my boots and off road yomping, I got a bit nostalgic in fact, so will add the bergen and ramp it up by the end of this lockdown I'm going to see if I can still do the 30 miler Commando final run with full weight in the allotted time.
 

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Got a state of the art flight simulator which has been neglected of late to the point where the Trident cockpit has become unfamiliar. Can "fly" the Comet, but need to do a conversion course for the Trident.😁
 

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Good kit well looked after will last a lift time.

I actually really enjoyed today in my boots and off road yomping, I got a bit nostalgic in fact, so will add the bergen and ramp it up by the end of this lockdown I'm going to see if I can still do the 30 miler Commando final run with full weight in the allotted time.
Booty’s never change, mental! Hoofin effort though mate.

Ex-Booty mate is a Beefeater and with the Tower closed he’s set up a make-shift gym in the Tower and getting some of the old boys involved!

Beastin the poor sods.:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

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Booty’s never change, mental! Hoofin effort though mate.

Ex-Booty mate is a Beefeater and with the Tower closed he’s set up a make-shift gym in the Tower and getting some of the old boys involved!

Beastin the poor sods.:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
Its because we get bored easily and beasting us is the best way to wear us out and prevent us doing stupid things. Effectively every Booty is a toddler seeking attention that the grown ups want to wear out and take a nap to stop us being naughty😂

I'd be intrigued in someone doing a mental assessment on a few of us though, imagine they'd need to section a few😳😂

Good man get them old Beefys fit again.
 

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I'm gonna be working, working and working until this is over or I catch the virus!

30 hours extra so far this week and talk of compulsory 12 hour shifts from Monday and if our numbers continue to drop we'll be told all rest days are also cancelled.

Hope you all enjoy your home brew kits, decorating, gardening, etc etc etc.
 

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I'm gonna be working, working and working until this is over or I catch the virus!

30 hours extra so far this week and talk of compulsory 12 hour shifts from Monday and if our numbers continue to drop we'll be told all rest days are also cancelled.

Hope you all enjoy your home brew kits, decorating, gardening, etc etc etc.
Too easy to forget those that are still "out" at work. Whatever it is you do, its clearly something essential. Stay safe!
 

murphthemog

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Mountain biking in the local woods, did a few decent drop offs earlier which I've been too scared of doing before.
I imagine I'll be gardening a fair bit as well.
Was hoping to start stripping the dining room to transform it into our new living room but the missus has taken it over and using it as an office :rolleyes:
Is it really a great idea to be doing drop offs right now, esp ones you don't know you can do?
 

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Working from home for a week now, it just means longer and more irregular shifts, far more tiring, far more stress because I don’t know if it’ll all turn out to be pointless anyway & no chance to pop out for socialising or a dip in the ocean

I did promise Yoda I’d pop back to finish what I’d started but just thinking it’s a helluva drive so I’ll probably leave it
 

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I ordered a practise net (one of those cheap ones you put up like a tent) and some foam balls so I can keep my swing going at least, hit balls for 20 minutes every now and again. For exercise I've been going out for a 4.25k run every couple of days... well to be honest about twice a week, lol. I already play guitar so that's something I can do... I've been toying with the idea of sending some acoustic vids out via my band's page but not sure about that really.

In the daytime hours I'm still working from home anyway so it's not like I have days to fill, just the evenings. The weekends without footy or golf are going to be harder. Undoubtedly the missus is going to keep attempting to get me to do boring things like painting the house and whatnot. Must resist that at all costs or the depression will be tenfold.
 
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