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#1691566 - 06/06/11 07:49 PM What else do you do?
Peyton Offline
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Just curious what other hobbies folks here are into? Other forums? Piano takes up a few hours of my mornings almost every day but I also enjoy scuba diving (when I can get to the BVI's,) skeet shooting (I compete), telemark skiing (my winter business), painting (my job), sailing and I used to fly when I could afford it. In the winter I'm on telemark forums almost as much as this forum. I also post on a skeet forum.
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#1691578 - 06/06/11 08:15 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
Sam S Offline
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Loc: Georgia, USA
Orienteering - I compete with the Georgia Orienteering Club and make maps for them. Next year we are hosting the US Champs on maps that I made. Oh the pressure! Chattahoochee Bend map blog

Hiking - I volunteer for the Georgia Appalachian Trail club and maintain a mile of the AT at Hawk Mt in Georgia, including the shelter and privy. Ewww! Hawk Mt Shelter

Reading - is this a hobby? I read - a lot. I'm not afraid to admit it. Just finished a bio of Brahms by Jan Swafford - very interesting. Starting one now about Charles Ives by the same author. I keep my library indexed at librarything.com

I've been woodworking for decades: Some of my woodworking projects

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#1691580 - 06/06/11 08:18 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Sam, those wood "projects" are amazing! That dobro (along with all the others) looks beautiful.
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#1691583 - 06/06/11 08:28 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Loc: Yarmouth, Maine
The harpsichord is stunning! I also like the dobro. Sam, do you sleep? If so, when do you find the time?

I also read a lot, I kayak, bike and try to XC ski.
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#1691615 - 06/06/11 09:19 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Estudio español. En agosto, llevará a doce niños a Guadalajara para un intercambio que dura un mez entero. Los niños son del quinto grado y ellos ya entienden el español. En febrero, recibimos los estudiantes para sus mez en los E.U. De hecho, debo estar estudiando ahora mismo en vez de estar aqui chismeando.

I play the recorder in an early music group.

I try really hard not to beat my children.

I'm the only man on my block who mows his own lawn.

Kurt
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#1691619 - 06/06/11 09:23 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
Michael Steen Offline
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I play chess online and against my computer. Sometimes tournaments.

I also read a lot. Just finished "The Count of Monte Cristo" on my Kindle.

In warm weather a huge lot of lawn mowing and wood cutting for the winter.

Sam's got me whupped, though. I've got nothing like that to show. I'd post a picture of the banana bread I just made, but I ate it.
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#1691625 - 06/06/11 09:41 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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I also play guitar, mountain bike, and run.

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#1691628 - 06/06/11 09:45 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
Lain Offline
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Reading, chess, and programming.
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#1691635 - 06/06/11 10:12 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
daviel Offline
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Registered: 11/14/07
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I gig with 2 bands and play in a rehearsal band. Ride road bikes, a single speed and a fixed gear. I am on the keyboard forum, roadbike review forum, the truth about cars and the Kia 3rd generation Sportage forum. The rest of the time, who knows? I play scales and sightread
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#1691647 - 06/06/11 10:37 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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I *used* to ski race and rock climb, and folk dance, but I've got so many piano projects now those have gone by the wayside. I'm the main sound person at contra dances, tho.

But I play every Weds night with an open band, and we gig many times a year.

I play 3 times a month at senior centers.

I'm trying to get a rag and a gospel piece up to snuff so I can talk them in to letting me enter the miscellaneous instruments contest at the SW Bluegrass Festival in August.

I'm working on getting my old big-band and swing pieces familiar enough to improv so our new electric guitarist and a fiddler from another band can play for some regualr swing dances.

Other than piano I deliver meals to shut-ins once a week.

I work part-time smile

Cathy
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#1691673 - 06/06/11 11:19 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
Michael Taylor Offline
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I play pool in amateur leagues. (American Pool Players Association) I play 8 ball, 9 ball, straight pool, 1 pocket, banks, etc...etc.....

Classic cars. I own a 1966 Ford Mustang and a 1959 Chevrolet Impala. My Mustang took 3rd place in a Mustang show 2 weeks ago!

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I am a recovering computer geek-oholic. I use to build/upgrade/repair pc's. I am now a Mac "user"


Edited by Michael Taylor (06/06/11 11:29 PM)
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#1691711 - 06/07/11 12:32 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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When my last hobby inadvertently ended, I needed a new hobby, so I had the bright idea to learn how to play the piano. This is my only hobby.

I have young children, so I think that having one hobby at this point is sort of a luxury. laugh
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#1691724 - 06/07/11 01:01 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Sam, what beautiful woodwork!

Michael, congratulations on switching to Mac! (better late than never)

I tutor English and Social Studies for a living, mostly kids, mostly high school age, though I have 2 younger ones right now & I occasionally get uni students.

I'm involved with a lobby group to keep our community outdoor swimming pool from closing (for the first 6 years) & now to get it rebuilt (for the last 2). That involves writing lots of letters, going to meetings, & attending municipal council & park board meetings every once in a while. I'm also on the strata council in my condo building.

I've been making pottery for about 40 years (sorry, no photos) & volunteer one half day a week in the pottery studio of a community arts centre.

And I have 2 balconies, on which I attempt to grow flowers & an assortment of vegetables.

Oh yah, & I read a lot, & like to cook.
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#1691738 - 06/07/11 01:23 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Mainly skydiving, golf, cycling, but a bunch of other stuff too long to list.

I used to play a lot of volleyball and racquetball.

I used to run a lot. Ah, heck with it--we shall do the LIST!

At one time or another, I've been big into chess, snowboarding, pistol shooting, reading, computer games, board games, MTG, developing websites, dreaming up business plots, powerlifting, karate, boxing, rugby, baseball, softball, deep-sea fishing, snowmobiling, autocross, guitar, building computers, scuba diving, squash, philosophy, botany, biology, linguistics, travel, ugh...have I lost my audience? I kinda want to go on. Modern (serious?) comic books, sci-fi, horror movies, trivia games, photography, video production, watercolor, poetry, hiking, backpacking, trains, singing, church, tennis, OMG MAKE HIM STOP!

I really want to do it all before I leave this place.
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#1691740 - 06/07/11 01:24 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: joyoussong]
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Originally Posted By: joyoussong
I've been making pottery for about 40 years (sorry, no photos)


???

Why not??
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#1691747 - 06/07/11 01:52 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Loc: Arizona.
My claim to fame was being a member of the mens U.S diving team (1 meter, 3 meter) from 1993-1997 under Olympic coach Alan Spreen. I placed 2nd at the 1997 indoor nationals.

These days I spend most of my time enjoying motorsports of all kinds. I can even wheelie my backhoe!

I just finished welding together a 4,000 lb grizzly rock screen, replaced the solenoid on my P.O.S lawn tractor and forced grease into the bushings of my skip loader since a few of the zerk fittings got smashed.

I enjoy taking long rides deep into the forest on our Polaris Ranger and of course cruising the Colorado River on our Craigcat surfboard-boat-thing.

I could go on and on. We all could!

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#1691750 - 06/07/11 02:05 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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I love bicycling when I can find a large block of time. Our city has a great system of bike trails through parkland areas. These trails also connect to a metro commuter bike trail system.

I'm looking forward to hitting the trails in a few days when the weather cools off, and things ease up at work. A bike ride is a great stress reducer!
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#1691755 - 06/07/11 02:31 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Loc: NY
Hi Peyton,

I used to paint (oils and acrylics), but not much time now, unfortunately (full-time job - medical transcription). Sometimes I'll just pick up a pencil and do a little sketch, though. smile

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#1691797 - 06/07/11 05:27 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Registered: 05/04/11
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Loc: Southeast of Spain
I spend my free time listening to music, when I’m not playing the piano. I’m interested on acoustic matters as well, in order to get a very good quality sound in my listening room (acoustic analyzers, equalizers...).

Congratulations for your Spanish, KurtZ. It's much better than my English wink .
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#1691809 - 06/07/11 06:17 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Loc: Adelaide, South Australia
Good to see another climber on the forum. Is there another sport more wildly incompatible with piano playing? In my case a permanently dog-legged pinky adds to the challenge I suppose.
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#1691818 - 06/07/11 07:03 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Hey Peyton - thanks for asking.

I'm teaching myself to play golf and working at it very tenaciously, maybe spending more time (and definitely more money) on it than on the piano (which I'm also self-teaching).
I'm now shoting in the mid 80s - which isn't too bad (and no, that isn't for the first 9 holes laugh ).

Golf is a great game - if you don't take it too seriously (as they always say). But, everyone takes it seriously, at least at the start. I have that under control though - so far I've only broken 3 clubs by slamming them against trees out of frustration mad But it's an easy game to play - badly. Which I never cease to find new ways to demonstrate.

In my wild and crazy middle age I used to do biathlons, triathlons and marathons - but that was during my mid-life crises. I traveled alot to participate - from Maine to Florida. I Still can't believe I did these insane events - it was so damn time consuming and exhausting. But it was cheaper and less hazardous than driving fast sports cars and chasing wild women (or is that wild sports cars and fast women?)

I spend my spare time (if any) working my way slowly, but efficiently, through my wife's "honey-do list" (which strangely seems to be interminable).

Trap
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#1691822 - 06/07/11 07:16 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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I knew this would be an interesting thread... smile

Hawgdriver, you should just list what you have never done. Might be shorter. (Needlepoint?... )


Super hunk... wow, you were a member of the US Dive team? That's pretty awesome. My dad was a great diver, probably not up to your caliber, and he taught me a good deal when I was a kid. My signature dive was the half gainer. If I tried that today, assuming I didn't slam the back of my head on the board, I would most likely end up in a back brace.

TrapperJohn, I tried golf one summer. That's got to be one of the most frustrating games on the planet. If you ever need any extra clubs just let me know... although I think mine are mostly bent in round tree like arcs....

I didn't mention horseback riding mostly because my horse, Shakota, is getting so old now that we just don't ride like we used to. I also just restored a 1927 Merrymeeting Gunning Float (a very cool looking duck boat with a long sharp bow for cutting through marsh grass and a hole in the back for a sculling oar).


Edited by Peyton (06/07/11 07:49 AM)
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#1691826 - 06/07/11 07:44 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Singing, reading, jogging (whenever I don't feel lazy). But the past 2 months have been mostly piano and solfege.
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#1691835 - 06/07/11 07:58 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Interesting thread indeed. I'm a bit of a dilettante who likes to dabble in all sorts, but the only constants apart from music are fly fishing (mostly trout, occasional forays into salt) and cricket (watching, not playing). Surprised noboby's mentioned fly fishing yet, but maybe the set of fly-fishers and the set of piano players don't overlap very much. I would not be surprised however, to be the only person on here who likes cricket (or even knows what it is) !

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#1691837 - 06/07/11 08:00 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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I know what it is! Maybe I'd like it too if there was someone to play with here.
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#1691844 - 06/07/11 08:24 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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I used to play a lot more sports (softball, tennis, etc.) but I pretty much just stick to working out with weights and golf. I do some sketching and watercolor painting, but not lately.

There are a lot of similarities between golf and piano, but one of the great attractions of golf is that while I'll never play Carnagie Hall, I have played Pebble Beach, Doral, Torrey Pines, Olympia Fields.....etc.!
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#1691864 - 06/07/11 09:32 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Stanza]
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Originally Posted By: Stanza
I used to play a lot more sports (softball, tennis, etc.) but I pretty much just stick to working out with weights and golf. I do some sketching and watercolor painting, but not lately.

There are a lot of similarities between golf and piano, but one of the great attractions of golf is that while I'll never play Carnagie Hall, I have played Pebble Beach, Doral, Torrey Pines, Olympia Fields.....etc.!


It's interesting that you bring up the similarities you perceive between golf and playing piano. It might make an interesting thread for folks to draw similarities between various activities and playing piano. I've thought the same thing only between, of all things, skeet shooting and playing piano. In fact, I will sometimes shoot better if I shoot soon after practicing piano (not the other way around). I've tried to put my finger on it and some of the things I see are #1. fundamentals. As in piano there are basic fundamentals that, once you master, make for better shooting. In piano it's posture, hand position, finger control, rhythm amongst other things. In shotgunning it's eye on target, follow through, hold position, eye position, stance and head in the gun amongst other things. #2. Playing (shooting) all the way through without a mistake. In skeet the goal is to get through all eight stations without missing thus "going straight". But if you do miss (as in make a mistake in playing a piece) you need to let it go and focus on the next target. In piano, when performing, that is key in not letting one mistake snowball into a disaster.

Probably one similarity between most sports and playing piano is practice. When teaching skiing I will often ask my student if he or she plays an instrument. I will then point out how important proper practice is in order to play a piece. You don't just sit down and play it (Unless you are a master reader and even then that ability has come from years of practice). And yet few skiers will "practice". And when we practice playing we will usually isolate whatever it is we are practicing; be it a measure or a particular way a few notes need to be played. But how often will learning skiers just practice pole planting or down unweighting or whatever.

Anyway... I obviously have too much time on my hands this morning....
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#1691917 - 06/07/11 11:44 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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I thought I'd share a couple of skydiving related links.

Here's our 4-way team at 2005 nationals. Can you guess which one is me?

Here's clip of some footage launching exits from a twin otter.

Golf and piano: real success seems to come when you stop demanding it of yourself, and begin to let yourself just play.


Edited by hawgdriver (06/07/11 11:47 AM)
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#1691933 - 06/07/11 11:57 AM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Reading is my other main recreational passion besides piano. My family is still on our post-apocalyptic literature kick; we've got literally an entire bookcase full of the stuff (and I just ordered "Robocalypse" from amazon, and it looks really good).

I am also on a determined effort not to go quietly into middle-aged bodily ruin. Last December we got a family membership at our local Y, and I've been working out 5-6 times a week for 50-55 minutes a session on various ellipticals ever since. One would think that the pounds would be vanishing rapidly with that routine, but alas, no. I shudder to think of what I'd look like if I *weren't* doing all those workouts, though. eek
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#1691939 - 06/07/11 12:19 PM Re: What else do you do? [Re: Peyton]
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Seems like the ABers out there also have the shared interest of collecting hobbies!

I, too, am among that group! Here goes the list:
Cycling (road, mountain, and my transportation to work every day), computer graphics (blender mainly, Brim Studio for a little intro to that), knitting (currently making my first sweater!), reading (current kick is the Neal Stephenson's Baroque Cycle), rolling ball sculptures, yard work, house work, movies, gadgets, and together with my wife am preparing for our first dog to come home in a few weeks (Bernese Mountain dog who is about 4 weeks old today!).

WHEW! I'm tired just listing them all. Surprised I actually have time for a day job...speaking of, should get back to that!
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