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Rob Goes Walking

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Re: Daily 20 minute walk outdoors boosts wellbeing
« Reply #30 on: 22:42:30, 15/04/19 »

Do you have any tips for getting sheep out through the window?


Use a Border Collie and a jar of mint sauce. They'll find a way.

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Re: Daily 20 minute walk outdoors boosts wellbeing
« Reply #31 on: 22:46:46, 15/04/19 »
Are you Welsh?  :D
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Rob Goes Walking

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Re: Daily 20 minute walk outdoors boosts wellbeing
« Reply #32 on: 22:53:18, 15/04/19 »
Which one of us? The guy asking for tips on getting sheep out of the window or the one supplying?

Lived there for a short while, not what I expected.

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Re: Daily 20 minute walk outdoors boosts wellbeing
« Reply #33 on: 22:57:29, 15/04/19 »
Bwuaaahhh, not sure if that's made my thought process better or worse  ;D
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Re: Daily 20 minute walk outdoors boosts wellbeing
« Reply #34 on: 07:45:41, 17/04/19 »
Which one of us? The guy asking for tips on getting sheep out of the window or the one supplying?

Lived there for a short while, not what I expected.

Care to elaborate?

North Wales is one of my top UK locations, but I rarely feel welcome....

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Re: Daily 20 minute walk outdoors boosts wellbeing
« Reply #35 on: 11:59:44, 17/04/19 »
I currently work in retail and when I have a day off I just have to isolate myself from humans, daily we are usually the brunt of the public's bad temper.


For my mental health I need to surround myself with nature, and avoid as much human contact as possible....


I am fortunate living in Mid Wales I can find places to escape where I wont see a soul and those I do are usually the local farmers. 

Rob Goes Walking

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Re: Daily 20 minute walk outdoors boosts wellbeing
« Reply #36 on: 18:49:36, 17/04/19 »
Care to elaborate?

Only a little bit and it's got not nothing to do with North Wales. I lived in South Wales not North. My experience with Welsh people had been very positive so I moved there. Once there I fell in with a bad crowd. One guy especially, who happened to be my neighbour, was more than a bit of a sociopath. I decided I didn't like being part of his crowd or being his neighbour so I left. End of elaboration :)