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Old 05-30-2019, 02:56 PM #31
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Always been into fossil collecting and since I live on a ranch with some stuff, including dinosaur tracks, I go out looking around and hiking every once in a while. I did make a few casts of a track. Probably gonna do some more.
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My son and I have a fossil collection. Mostly Megalodon teeth, but a few nice affordable fossils I have picked up in my travels and in various shops. I love the idea of a dinosaur track cast, is that something you sell?
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My son and I have a fossil collection. Mostly Megalodon teeth, but a few nice affordable fossils I have picked up in my travels and in various shops. I love the idea of a dinosaur track cast, is that something you sell?
Yeah man I do sell em.
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Mostly cycling. I'm a mountainbiker first, I ride a 2013 Salsa Horsethief. I also got into road riding a few years back, and ride a '11 Ridley X-Ride cx bike with slicks.

I;m trying to get back into riding. I had a bad crash in Moab in May of 18 that ended the season for me. I went OTB on Upper Porcupine and broke my hip. (I got rescued by 2 girls in a JKU that luckily were up there, they drove me and my buddy down the mountain and straight to the ER).

I've been doing some road riding this season, but I have a grand total of 7 miles on my MTB since the crash. I hit the trail on an unseasonably nice day this past Feb, but weather and scheduling have made it tough to get back out. Road riding is just more convenient, since I can do it right from my house.

I also like (well maybe "like" is a strong word) to run, and have been getting back into that. I joined a running group in my town that meets every Thurs and starts and finishes the run at a local bar. I ran tonight actually, and ran at my quickest pace yet. It's not fast, but a 8:30 is pretty good, since a few months back I was struggling to break 10:00. Before the crash I was a 7:30ish runner, so I'm getting there.

I love doing stuff with my dog, he's a black lab/short haired pointer mix, I got him in November and he's been a lot of fun. My gf has a chocolate lab, and we try to dedicate one weekend day to taking them on some sort of "adventure", such as a hike, trip to the beach, or just a long car ride if it's raining. The boys love the 4R!

I also like to camp, but I haven't had a chance to do that this year yet. Usually we combine camping and mountainbiking.
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I also like (well maybe "like" is a strong word) to run, and have been getting back into that. I joined a running group in my town that meets every Thurs and starts and finishes the run at a local bar. I ran tonight actually, and ran at my quickest pace yet. It's not fast, but a 8:30 is pretty good, since a few months back I was struggling to break 10:00. Before the crash I was a 7:30ish runner, so I'm getting there.
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In Texas I like to exercise seasonally. I'm a freak that actually enjoys being outside when it's crazy hot/humid out because it gives me the same sensation as a dry sauna. You lose 3-5 lbs in water weight and gain it right back when you hydrate afterwards. So I only run from about now until September, when I revert to other things. I've tried to pick up swimming, which I am very bad at, but enjoy because there is a lot of room to improve.

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Too Many Hobbies

I have a lot of hobbies outside of the 4Runner world, which means I don't spend a lot of time doing one particular thing. A lot of variety:

- Cars, car shows, driving
- Power sports (ATV's, Snowmobiles, Dirtbikes, etc)
- Hunting/Fishing
- Shooting
- Automotive Detailing
- Camping
- Sports (Golf, Skiing)
- Dogs (specifically my dog)


The list really is endless and continues to grow.
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Right now I'm constantly in and out of PC Gaming (been the longest hobby of mines).

Dabble in audiophile world mainly for home theater setups (looking into the dual sub setup and getting some Dayton 15inch subs off partsexpress). Reading reviews of bookshelf speakers.

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Enjoying time with the husky- girls getting old =(
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Right now I'm constantly in and out of PC Gaming (been the longest hobby of mines).
I knew there had to be somebody else.

I've been working on building a new computer the past couple winter months. Turned out great. I know at least a couple of you guys are PC nerds. It was nice to have something to do while it was too cold to work on the truck. I'm an overclocking/hardware nerd more than a gamer.

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