I don't know if you've discovered the incredible range of videos available on YouTube, but I've recently discovered that there are thousands of hiking videos to watch.
In my previous life I was always out hiking or as I would describe it walking and exploring. I'm not sure how we connected with this, but it started with a video of walking pathways in the English Lake District, and I was hooked.
Mrs.F.G. watches videos on sewing and knitting, and I watch videos of paraplegics and the tricks they've developed to be comfortable. YouTube throws up other videos they think you might be interested in and that's how we started.
I soon searched for 'hiking the Appalachian Trail', and discovered in the process the Pacific Crest Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, and of course our own Bruce Trail. I've now hiked the Appalachian Trail three times and I'm currently just finishing the El Camino pilgrimmage in Spain.
The best of these videos are taken with a head cam and leave you with the feeling that you're walking through the woods or climbing that mountain. They include the personal side of hiking, camping, cooking, and so forth that gives the video a really human feeling. I'm quite impressed with the quality of both photography and narration given that these are all amateur hikers taking a video as they go.
These are now a highlight of keeping myself amused along with reading a good book, in this strange time of social isolation. Just go to YouTube and search for whatever topic you like and see what you find!
Meanwhile here at home a drift of tiny crystals of white stuff just blew across the backyard and the golf course behind it. But thankfully the sun came out and the weather in about 30 seconds turned decent even though it's quite cold and windy.
Hope you're finding absorbing things to keep your days enjoyable!