What other addiction(s) do you have?

Cliffy65

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Bowhunting, bikes and snowboarding have all chewed paycheques, especially when travelling to foreign countries for them.
Snowboarding photos are from 2003, my knees are trashed from crashing bikes and haven’t been able to hit the big stuff like I use to.
I don’t fish much anymore, but am very keen to learn fly fishing when I can put the time into learning.

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missjordan

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You can make a small fortune with horses, but you have to start with a large fortune to do it.

Love horses, but unless I win the lottery I doubt I will ever get into them again.

I totally get it. Makes hunting look like a cheap sport


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drra

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To me there is nothing quite like a walk through the woods with a rifle in hand, I settle for some time on the trails on my side by side when it isn't hunting season.
 

03mossy

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Guns, reloading,Shooting bows, camping, side by sides and ATV’s, want to get into mountain biking. But my biggest time consuming hobby is coaching and watching baseball/softball. 3 of our kids are pretty good athletes so we travel the Midwest most weekends for tournaments. Takes up pretty much all of our time and doesn’t leave room for time with the other hobbies but it’s a lot of fun.
 
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