I love rock climbing too! I first started climbing my freshman year in college...I took a rock climbing class at Texas Tech. I was pretty good at it! I do love rapelling also. My other hobbies are making websites, photography, videography, and I like to go to obedience and agility classes with my retrievers. I also LOVE cruising on my Yamaha Vino 125 scooter. I used to mountain bike...but kind of gave that up for the scooter.
Is sleeping a hobby?.....other then my horses I like to knit, let's see....i love to fish ( but will not bait my hook nore take the fish off.....my husband does that for me) hate hunting last time he took me out I almost got it by a fessent missed my head by 4 inches) love to do do a lot of wood working and if farm auctions are a hobby I love to do that
I think I would start studying Spanish (I studied a course for beginners in my last year in the upper secondary but I hadn't time to study more...) The language appeared interesting and now I think if there are Spanish courses in the local adult education center or somewhere... But I don't know because I go to the stable once or twice in a week and there are also another thing which probably start to take my time 1 to 2 times in the week. So do I have enough time if I want to spend also home eveningns?
Ooo photography! I pretty much forgot about that one when I was listing my hobbies! I LOVE to take pictures. I used to do a lot of photography in high school but now in college I don't have very many things to photograph and a really crappy digital camera. Plus not much time to go anywhere cool to take pictures! I love to photograph my horses though!
Fly Fishing and fly tying.. from the Catskills, Outer banks of N.C. To the Keys, Texas oyster beds, Arkansas tail waters.... and yes even the flat lands of Kansas. Trout to Stripped Bass..
Mike it is a small world. I learned to fly-fish near New Paltz, My Father-in-law lived in Grahamsville N.Y. Great country and better people.. I loved rural NY. I never made it into the big city. I fished Livingston Manor, the Beaverkill, the Neversink, Willowemac, Roundout, Fishes Edie, and parts of the Delaware.
If you don't fly-fish now you should take it up, because you are in dry fly paradise.