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Old 11-11-2009, 10:22 PM   #31
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Yeah,, chainsaws.. I burn wood started with a little 32cc Saw ended up buying a 59cc with a ported muffler just bought a 52cc project saw thats in pieces in the basement.. looking for another too.

I forgot about Pool,, I had to put that aside for abit I was spending to much $$ on cues and beer .

We've got horses too,, I know all about them.. $$$$$
Yeah the Horses are a bottomless money pit, but you gotta love em'. I big on Firewood now too, finally got a stove last year. I've got a couple of Husqvarna's, a Rancher 55 and 359. I beat the crap out of those things and they keep on truckin'
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Old 12-21-2009, 04:56 PM   #32
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Classic cars
60 bird

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63 Avanti


the newest money pit 66 SS 396

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Old 12-21-2009, 08:01 PM   #33
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Beer Brewing (year round, usually 3 - 4 times a month)
Little One (daily, 5 months old, most expensive but most rewarding)
Softball (April - November, 2 teams that each play at least once a week)
Gardening (start from seeds indoors, added hops to the list last year)

I'll also pick up hobbies here and there that I focus on for a while when I have the time/money (kayaking and indoor soccer to name a few...)

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Old 12-21-2009, 08:27 PM   #34
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:09 AM   #35
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63 Avanti
Love this car, and its a Studebaker to kick. One of my dr. friends has two of them one is a '62 and one is a newer one, cant remember the year but its almost brand new.

As for me

Beer
Gardening
Cooking, more specifically Slow Food, http://www.slowfood.com/
Smoking food
Music
Trucks and Cars

and the craziest one of all

Reading

I hated to read until I got into my major in college and started reading books about it. After that I just took off. I try to finish at least one a week. I read for 30'ish minutes before going to bed pretty much every night.
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Old 12-22-2009, 03:32 AM   #36
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Surfing...
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Teaching surfing to wife and kids...
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Snowboarding..
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Motorcycles and track days (no more track bike or money for track days... but I still got my commute/lazy Sunday bike)...
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(Drunk racing my kids on their bikes... this did not end well!)...
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Fishing with the girls...

Spoiling my girls...

And spending time with SWMBO


Not pictured: gym nut, Army (I'm in the National Guard now so I call it a hobby ) and xbox 360 gaming....

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Old 12-22-2009, 07:51 PM   #37
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Love this car, and its a Studebaker to kick. One of my dr. friends has two of them one is a '62 and one is a newer one, cant remember the year but its almost brand new.

As for me

Beer
Gardening
Cooking, more specifically Slow Food, http://www.slowfood.com/
Smoking food
Music
Trucks and Cars

and the craziest one of all

Reading

I hated to read until I got into my major in college and started reading books about it. After that I just took off. I try to finish at least one a week. I read for 30'ish minutes before going to bed pretty much every night.
Studebaker made them from 63 until 64 . They sold the rights to Avanti motors actually was a large Studebaker dealer . The car is still made but its on a Mustang chassis . Mine is the Supercharged R-2 model
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Old 12-22-2009, 08:21 PM   #38
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My other hobbies cost me lots of money as well.

1967 GTO fully restored.
Guns lots of guns.
Reloading equipment for all those gun.
Beer Beer and more Beer.

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