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Bartenderbonnie
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To reduce your focus from this hellish nightmare, take yourself anyway. . . Without having to leave your house.

I go to the San Diego zoo cam website. They have live zoo cam of elephants, panda s, money's, polar beers, kolala beers, penguins, and birds. The camara s zoom in on the animals
and the surrounding San Diego mountains. Beautiful, peaceful,
and sooo relaxing.

My favorite is the elephants. . . They eat constantly, go swimming, and take lovely care of their youngings.

I also go to the California beaches websites. They have live cams of the famous beaches on the Pacific Ocean. I try to imagine breathing in the warm sunny air and swishing my feet and toes into the hot sand.

Anything to stay connected to a recognizable existence.

P.S. Hermits don't have peer pressure.

If it's not the economy then it's Lyme stupid. [bonk] [bonk]

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Tincup
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That sounds very nice. Might you share the links to your favorite ones?

Since you like the elephants, you might want to check out the manatee. Ok, not the same thing, but I'm trying! HA!

If you go to the bottom of this main page you'll see some manatee pictures with a Save The Manatee link to click. Very slow movers and so goofy looking they are cute. But, relaxing and interesting.

www.FloridaLyme.org

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Lymetoo
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Thanks for the tips .. here's the elephant one:

http://kids.sandiegozoo.org/animal-cams-videos/elephant

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Bartenderbonnie
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My favorite is beachcamsusa.com
It has links to beaches, lighthouses, sunsets, sunrises, yachts, nightlife, hotels,where your imagination takes you. And it's listed by states ! Be warned. . . You can disappear for hours on this site, thank god.

And who doesn't love the innocents of animals ?
Kids.sandiegozoo.org

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Bartenderbonnie
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San Diego zoo shuts off cameras at 5 pm pacific time.

Another great beach site is Mybeachcams.com.
It has Florida beaches, calf beaches and Hawaii beaches.
Alas, calf and Florida are done for the day but Hawaii on.

They also give the weather and surf reports.

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Lymetoo
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www.beachcamusa.com

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Bartenderbonnie
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This is the next best thing to being there. . .
For all fellow bedridden Lyme warriors. . .
Keep treating. . . Keep fighting. . .
It will get better !

https://www.cliftonhill.com/niagara-falls/livecam

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randibear
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Alaska's last frontier with the kilchers has a website and cam.

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Hey, that's pretty cool!
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Bartenderbonnie
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Updated link to live beach cams here ;

https://www.mybeachcams.com/

Have trouble reading and comprehending ?
Like to look at pictures ?
How about looking at masterpiece paintings from the world's greatest artists ?

Art pics ;

https://mobile.twitter.com/artpicschannel?lang=en

Feel free to add on your favorite websites [Smile]

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Sometimes I color. Seriously.

I sit on my deck a lot and watch the birds at the feeder.

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"God is light. In Him there is no
darkness." 1John 1:5

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gz
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Links to lots of nature webcams around the world here, including San Diego zoo, Kilchers at the end:

https://brinkshome.com/nature-in-motion-live-cameras-from-around-the-world

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And - oh, oh, oh - the videos from BOB ROSS' The Joy of Painting. and his "happy little trees" for instant relaxation.

NetFlix streams the entire series that ran on PBS for years.

https://news.artnet.com/art-world/bob-ross-sleeping-aid-1297421

A Bob Ross Sleep Story on Calm.

Excerpt:

There’s no denying that a huge part of the appeal of Bob Ross (1942–1995), creator and host of the instructional public television show

The Joy of Painting, was his soothing, almost hypnotic voice, waxing poetic about “happy little trees” as he created his signature landscapes. But can Ross’s mellow monologues help insomniacs get a good night’s sleep? . . .

[Although, it's never a good idea to go to sleep with any electronic device near for even cell phones - even when not on and especially when charging -

can change the heart and brain rhythms to the detriment of health yet for anytime during the day . . . just before bedtime in another room, a very fine companion.]
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hiker,

there are some cool coloring books for adults now.
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I was really into coloring about two years ago. I need to get back to it. I have about 10 coloring books. So many ways to be creative with it!

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randibear
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any cats???

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https://www.mnn.com/family/pets/stories/why-cats-rule-internet

I also liked all the Brussels cat pics - when the police told everyone not to post anything about police action there, someone said, "well, if we can't say anything about police actions, here's a picture of my cat Mozart."

Then people started posting pics of cats fighting terrorism. Just google for it - it's funny.

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Lots of great cat postings in the reddit's!
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