Ideas for winter activities

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littlebubble
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Ideas for winter activities

Post by littlebubble » Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:31 pm

It will be winter soon, it is really boring to stay home the whole time. I would like to know what you guys are going to do in the winter or on cold days? I am searching for outdoor activities, but the weather makes it difficult.

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Re: Ideas for winter activities

Post by KyLogan » Tue Nov 24, 2020 4:55 am

Skiing is the best option. It does not require a team, however, it is subject to the region and amount of snowfall. If you can gather a small, safe team, ice hockey could be a good option.

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Re: Ideas for winter activities

Post by Ricko Verhoeven » Tue Dec 01, 2020 1:02 pm

Taking into account that this winter I will most likely spend in lockdown I guess that the most appropriate activity will be either reading books (I have already made one with over 20 positions in it {-: ) or playing board games or video games. When I worked for CitiBank I remember we gathered together and played Path of Exile. It had a great teambuilding effect. So if you belong to some team (for example you work at office) I strongly recommend you the game. Btw, you will need a lot of currency for PoE, better get it here https://overgear.com/games/poe/currencies.
P.S. I really hope that the coming lockdown will be over as soon as possible! Keep safe everybody! {-;

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Re: Ideas for winter activities

Post by topazann » Sun Dec 06, 2020 7:14 pm

I like knitting, baking, planning, grooming my dog, World of Warcraft, selling on ebay.
Otherwise, sports (indoor, obviously) and arts, like watercolors, or check out greeting cards, which I've made a ton.

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Re: Ideas for winter activities

Post by ambpickler » Mon Jan 25, 2021 2:45 pm

Hello! It's been snowing since morning, so today was our first winter activity. We played with the snow a lot. We went to the skating rink, but I keep falling down. I also like a snowball attack, it's the funniest. I hope to play more in the future.

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Re: Ideas for winter activities

Post by Belly » Sat Jan 30, 2021 2:59 pm

I always like to run in freezing weather, it gives me energy and positivity for the whole day and keeps me in shape :)

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