Trying to keep the muscles working.

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Nutter
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Trying to keep the muscles working.

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As people are aware I am currently unable to do any modelling using glues or paints, also building the pre-cut mdf boards i have purchased is currently a big NO NO :!:
I have taken to looking at and buying the occasional 3d jigsaw/model like the link just to try and keep the brain and fingers working.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3D-Metal-Lig ... SwSvRbWYFG
Mike
DON'T knock it at least I am trying to do something, with only one good hand.

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dkightley
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Re: Trying to keep the muscles working.

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I can understand your frustration, Mike.

Not feeling well on its own is not at all nice...and can lead to frustration and boredom. Not being able to take part in your favourite hobby has to be an absolute disaster!! But as you have said, your health has to come first and I totally understand where you're at!


Make the most of the warm weather...not its at least cooled down a little to bearable temperatures ( 20 - 25 deg C later in the week).

I have to admit I drove the long way back home from the museum one day last week. The aircon in the car stopped me collapsing in the 33 deg C heat!!! But it was hell when I got out the car at home! We Brits are not used to such temperatures!!!!!
Doug Kightley
Webmaster here and volunteer at the National Tramway Museum http://www.tramway.co.uk

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