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  1. #31
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    Summit County, CO
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    Re: What are your other hobbys??

    An older post, but I had to think awhile before responding...Hunting, fishing, campin, hiking...wait, those are ways of life, and you said hobbies. OK, beadwork, photography, target shooting (non-match), reading, painting, wrecking homes and breaking hearts. (Well I dropped the last two many years ago.)
    Just like Texas in 1880.

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    The original script kitty

    Jan 2013
    Over there, Somewhere. K-town
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    Kayaking! > All the boat building forums are abandoned
    Electronics > edaboard, physics.org, optiboard, laserpointerforum, arduino forum, MAKE
    Audiophile > Diyma, Gearslutz, AVS

    ...so I hang around forums too much

    Extreme DIYer!

    I used to enjoy other hobbies, but unfortunately the communities (forums) were pretty discouraging.

  3. #33
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    Mar 2013
    Tennessee
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    I hunt, fish, metal detect, and coin roll hunt.
    2014 Coin Roll Hunting totals

    $1,325 worth of cents searched
    1 IHC (1896)
    825 Wheat cents ( oldest 1914)

    $2,462 worth of nickels searched
    1 V nickel (1892)
    9 Buffalo Nickels
    20 War nickels

    $650 worth of dimes searched
    0 silver dimes

    $290 worth of quarters searched
    0 silver quarters

    $276 worth of halves searched
    1 40%er
    2 NIFC

  4. #34

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    My other hobbies are:

    -Dancing
    -Listening to Music
    -Cooking
    -Travelling and exploring different places.

  5. #35
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    Semi-Pro Nap Taker

    Mar 2013
    Pittsburgh, PA USA
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    I bounce around from hobby to hobby and usually come back to those that I like most. Among them over the past 15 years are fishing, fly fishing, fly tying, hunting, model rocketry, geocaching, camping, photography, canoeing, building and operating 3D plastic printers (I've built 3 of them), building a workshop in one of my garages, genealogy, and my most favorite... napping.


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    2014 Finds: 1918 Walking Liberty Half Dollar, 1940 Washington Quarter
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  6. #36
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    Cat teaches man, not everything here serves him.

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    S. Fl.
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    I'm kinda like that too, roygpa, I bounce around with my hobbies, returning to the ones I enjoy the most.
    Tekkering being a favorite, people watching, sewing, cooking, fishing, (I only camp nowadays in a comfy bed, next to the ocean, lol!),
    lobstering, and reading. I don't get to read as much, as I used to or would like to. Public and private activism, when I can.

    I really like the 3-d printer thing, you're in to! I've wanted one, but have no where to put it.
    My thoughts were, I could use it to make prosthesis for children and vets first, then use it to make gadgets I could sell on line.
    If you have any ideas how I might could get in to the 3-d printing thing, send me a pm, please. I know NOTHING of the set-ups, ramifications, schematics, etc.......
    Yesterday is history, tomorow a mystery. All we have is the here and now, it's a special gift. That's why we call it "The Present"

    Pity the poor agnostic dyslexic insomniac who lies awake at night wondering if there really is a Dog.

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  7. #37
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    Sep 2013
    Henderson, Nevada
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    I am way into cigars & libations. I also love shooting (Handguns and Rifles), Cooking and playing Live Texas Hold'em.

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    Active Member - (GPAA) Gold Prospectors Association of America & (GSSN) Gold Searchers of Southern Nevada

    A real man only needs five things in his life, Women, Whiskey, Beer, Beans & Bacon!!!

  8. #38
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    wow, thats a nice cigar locker.

    I like making ugly rocks attractive.













    Member: Bedrock prospecting club. Puyallup Wa.

  9. #39
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    Sep 2013
    Henderson, Nevada
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    Very nice work on those stones/rocks. Is that using a tumbling process to get them polished and shiny?
    Active Member - (GPAA) Gold Prospectors Association of America & (GSSN) Gold Searchers of Southern Nevada

    A real man only needs five things in his life, Women, Whiskey, Beer, Beans & Bacon!!!

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    May 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyFlake View Post
    Very nice work on those stones/rocks. Is that using a tumbling process to get them polished and shiny?
    No, all done in a few hours from cut to finished.

    Made this one today, Rainbow Obsidian














    backwards lol, but thats from start to complete.
    Member: Bedrock prospecting club. Puyallup Wa.

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    Sep 2012
    AK,S.OR,N.Cal
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ID:	880769I love Hanging net and Camping on ice.

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    Sep 2012
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  13. #43
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    Mr. Noob

    Feb 2013
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    wow, thats a nice cigar locker.

    I like making ugly rocks attractive.- phishisgroovin


    You have a God given talent. This is only a hobby and not a vocation?

    I enjoy archery ( recurve ), acoustic guitars, photography, hiking and the enjoyment of seeing new places in our world.

 

 
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