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What activity or hobby would you like to start doing again?
I'd love to start doing model rocketry again. Or playing the piano. Maybe someday I will.
-- Atara (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 16, 2000
I'd like to get back into going hiking up in the Hudson Highlands like I used to do with my friend Kurt. Or at least I'd like to go hiking a little more often than I do these days due to the distance involved. There's nothing quite like the view from the top of Breakneck Mountain on a cool autumn day. I'll have to go there soon.
-- Xydexx Squeakypony (email@example.com), September 18, 2000.
Rockets! I was in 4-H for about as long as you can be a member...I did rocketry for many years. Got a few trophies out of the deal, too. 'They' say rocketry enthusiasts generally go through three steps. The first, as a youth, when they first get introduced to the hobby. The second generally occurs around late high school or college, when you drop out of participating. The third, sometime in mid-adulthood when you realize 'hey this is really cool and I used to do this as a kid and I can do even neater things now!' I'm somewhere in the second stage. :)
I used to be a real good trombone player, back in high school. I played on and off through college, too, but never with the same intensity. I've pretty much lost any skill I had, and I think my instrument has deteriorated due to neglect, but I still miss playing...
-- Jim (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 19, 2000.
I'd like to get back into playing music again. I was a pretty good trumpet player about 20 years ago, and some days I miss it. But I don't have a band to play with or time to practice. Rather pointless to even think about it.
And Jim; I overheard someone say that you know you're a real musician if you've ever contemplated putting slick50 on your slide... you are hopeless if you've actually done it! :)
Ah, rockets. Maybe I'll teach them to my daughter. Once you've dealt with the real thing the hobby loses its appeal for some reason.
-- Allen Kitchen (email@example.com), September 21, 2000.