The day was spent by running to the Lonelands, home of the People of Eglain. They form a rather strange, isolated faction. Since reputation does matter, I chose to go for trophies and all the reputation increase quests: will take my time in Bree later, Bree-town is too easy (just farm Barrows for treasures and in no time you are in the best relations...).
Fight was not easy for my lvl. 24 character. Orc were not that hard - problem was with orcs-flamethrowers (those ugly guys bearing a pot with flammable liquid and throwing it at you) and spiders. I took a quest to burry Eglain dead and recover their treasures. Ran into 2 spiders, had to run only to run into 2 more spiders. Lucky for me, they lost interest and I could take them one by one. Fighting spiders was difficult, but still I was victorious.
Lonelands also offered new deeds and new deeds mean new Turbine Points. One deed was finished (Goblin slayer for 5 TP), lots of new ones await.
I will fight there untill I have any trophy to exchange into reputation and xp. And when I outgrew trophies - it would be high time for Bree again, to do all the quests there and gain reputation (since xp would be of little matter).
And so the day has ended: i left satisfied and thinking about new adventures in lotro.