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Old 06-05-2012, 12:58 AM   #1
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Does that exist?? Haha Thought it'd be fun to share what other things you like to do as I am always looking for something new to try. I enjoy playing hockey when I can, lifting weights, and tinkering with anything around the house.


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Old 06-05-2012, 01:10 AM   #2
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Fishing, preferably salt water, and gardening, following college sports.

Southern college football is not a religion, it's deeper than that.

Watching the WCWS tonight, rootin' for 'Bama. Keep it in the SEC at least.


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Not to sound like a geek but, anime manga and games ^^ When I'm not working or shooting, I'm watching reading playing the stuff that primarily comes from Japan.
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Woodworking
A little fishing
restoring antique stuff (hand planes, tools, ext)
Video games to an extent
and I'm about to get into a blacksmithing

I'd also like to get into leather craft.
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My father and I have restored a few old john deere garden tractors. This is a pick of a original patio tractor. It is not yet finished. The deck is from another year tractor. Repairing original.

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Not to sound like a geek but, anime manga and games ^^ When I'm not working or shooting, I'm watching reading playing the stuff that primarily comes from Japan.
Anime? Not to sound like a jerk but the geek ship has already sailed my friend.
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restoring antique stuff
Same here. I love the retro stuff. And my OCD led me to shaving brushes.
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Fishing, Fly Fishing a mountain stream, Salmon Fishing the straights and sound, Lake fishing (yawn)
Boating, 1952 Trophy WalkAround, great for the salt water
RVing, Motorhome, camping, hiking
Wood Working, Power and Hand tools, light metal work, repair and fixin'
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Wood work, fishing, working out, running, hiking, mud slinging , astronomy/ watching planets, mixing music, violin
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