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  1. #51
    Skiing, hiking, speed walking, biking, 4 wheeling and playing with the grandbabies.


  2. #52
    Snowboarding, soccer, some hiking.

  3. #53
    I thought I would give snowshoeing a try but the weather doesn't seem to be cooperating. No wonder they were on sale..rats!

  4. #54
    Urban hiking. Can be quite an adventure although the concrete jungle seems to be more dangerous than the natural wilderness.

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    Re: What are your outdoor sports?

    Walkfestival s, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    Walkfestival s, lol.
    Whats that? Walking thru the city to work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by o3jeff View Post
    Whats that? Walking thru the city to work?
    Sure what ever you like it to be, lol. For me it is calories I burn and sweat from walking at outdoor music festivals.

  8. #58
    kayak, dirtbike, 4x4 trails in the jeep, mountain biking, trying to surf, hiking, adventures, drinking, treasure hunter. i'd like to scuba dive again, but has no monies

  9. #59
    Well now that the boards are put away it will mostly be fishing and lounging at camp. Lol I do appreciate the return of sunshine and warmer temps ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mpdsnowman View Post
    Well now that the boards are put away it will mostly be fishing and lounging at camp. Lol I do appreciate the return of sunshine and warmer temps ..
    How do you camp? One of our summer activities is camping, although going to campgrounds with a pop-up trailer isn't everybody's idea of camping...

    Want to get back into some hiking, there's a group of folks we know who arrange hikes up various NH mountains all times of the year and we hope to join them for a few during the warmer months.

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