I would like to supplement Fr. George's guidance in Reply #7. I've been surprised that I was able to feel comfortable viewing the Liturgy on the internet on cold, snowy days, when I can't go out, usually using the "goarch.org" website. I would also suggest you maintain financially contributing membership in an Orthodox parish, to at least help you feel a part of the Body of Christ, making a sacrificial contribution to an Orthodox Church, consistent with Old Testament guidance, and to receive the parish's mail.
But, if you are solid in your Orthodoxy, I'd attend a Roman Catholic Church, too, just to experience a Eucharistic assembly, but do not in any other way, do anything that would imply participation in their sacraments or sacramentals, other than giving a dollar in the tray when it goes by, in appreciation for what the RC parish is providing you. Prior to the wacky "reforms" since the 1960's, Orthodox Priests would tend to suggest Episcopalian parish's in your circumstances, but through the authority they've given their Lambeth Conferences, their faith is way too watered down today, without even getting into female and homosexual clergy. I'm sure there remain a few traditionalist Episcopalian Churches, yet, the risk of the wacky stuff, is too great. The Roman Catholic Church's clergy enjoy Apostolic Succession, are hierarchical, and at least maintain some of the traditions we had commonly shared, not with standing their innovations.