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  1. #11
    Warp Daddy's Avatar
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    Winter : Skiing - Alpine and XC, distance walking , gym

    Summer : road biking , golf , distance walking , swimming , tennis and gym

    Surround yourself with Positivity , Live Life , Collect Friends not Stuff and Avoid Negative Nuts

  2. #12

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    Winter: Skiing, Ice skating(pond hockey when available) xc skiing (been a long time but I liked it).

    Summer: Boating/water skiing, some golf, hiking. Thinking about starting mountain biking. Been doing some road biking over the years.

    All year: Tennis and jogging (along with a resistance training program).

    Alex

    Lake Hopatcong, NJ

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    Year-Round: hiking w/o pack...more of an activity.

    Winter: skiing(of some form)...but wasn't till years after HS that I even tried it...

    Rest-of-Year: paddling(canoe), and whenever they presents itself. I, along with others in HS enjoyed ping-pong/table-tennis...back then and I grew up(spent spring/summers...gradeschool/Jr-Sr HS) in flyfishing territory...
    Last edited by bigbog; May 26, 2013 at 8:45 AM.

  4. #14
    Winter: Skiing, Volleyball (indoor)

    Rest of year: Volleyball (in and outdoor), Fishing (mostly trying to figure out flycasting), occasional trail run, rarer and rarer kayaking... Maybe get back into tennis a little.
    "I remember -
    Shouts of joy skiing fast through the woods"

    -Neil Peart (Rush)
    "Afterimage"
    From Grace Under Pressure

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by ctenidae View Post
    Skiing, beer drinking, sailing, bourbon drinking.

    And beer and bourbon drinking.
    I like the way you think!

    Depending upon my knee and back cooperating (as well as time and childcare):

    *downhill skiing
    *hiking
    *running
    *mountain biking
    *road biking (now with a road bike!)

    I am looking forward to the road biking. And I desperately want to get back into running, but I think I need to do a bit biking first as PT for my knee.
    "Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own." ~ Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

  6. #16
    naked volley ball. i'll post some pics later

  7. #17
    forget it. some things are better left to the imagination

  8. #18
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    Winter - Skiing (of the freeheal variety exclusively now)

    Spring/Summer/Fall - Triathlons - mostly sprint races, but did an olympic distance last year for the first time, so will probably continue with that. Going to try and do 4-5 races this summer So tri training involves some raod bike time, running and some swimming. I've also got a shinny new cannondale mountain bike that's only seen 1 ride (2 small kids at home). Also run in the occasional 5k and would like to do a 10k this summer.

    I do enjoy just about every other kind of outdoor activity including hiking, backpacking, golf, softball, climbing (rock and ice), snow shoeing, etc. Mostly comes down to the family schedule as to what I'm actually able to get out and do.

  9. #19
    Winter: Skiing
    Spring/Summer/Fall: Golf, Boating (Fishing & Waterskiing)

  10. #20
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    In the winter its only skiing. I am thinking about getting an AT setup for net season to round me out a little better. During the rest of the year I split my time between the golf course and the boat and throw in some tennis and hiking here and there.

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