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post #11 of 20 Old 06-05-2019, 07:36 PM
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Saturday morning= cartoons and a big bowl of Lucky Charms.....

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The same thing we do every day, Pinky, try to take over the world.... I mean work.

Actually not as much weekend work as I used to, I used to work 4 weeks straight, no days off.

Now it's whatever needs to be done while I'm home but as little as possible.

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Motorcycling, kayaking and officiating high sports.

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Most of my weekends I end up working off-duty part time gigs for extra cash, but I usually try to sign up for shifts that end early enough to still be able to enjoy myself in the afternoon/evening. More work in the colder months, less when the weather is nice. I accrue a crapload of time off from work that I have to use each year (2+ months or so) so when I really need to take time to relax, I just take a week off straight. I honestly feel kind of odd when I'm not working and don't have something productive to do. Going on trips/vacation counts as productive, but if I'm off work and don't have anything planned, it's and odd feeling.
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post #15 of 20 Old 06-06-2019, 12:10 PM
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Saturdays are working around the shop on...Customers equipment or one of my vehicles. Then grass cutting/yard work. Grillin or smoking meat. Then I work on making tobacco leaves and beer disappear.
Sundays are for finishing up anything from Sat, then kicking back.
Both days I try to disconnect from phones, computers, news as much as possible....You know, the things that make you mad.
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post #16 of 20 Old 06-06-2019, 01:01 PM
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I am a 9-to-5 and, luckily, I have my weekends off, which wasnít always the case. I do like to do as many chores during the week after work as possible so my weekends are free to enjoy doing something fun with family. Camping, fishing, hiking, going on walks, taking kids to fun places to play, barbecue, hang out with friends. Of course, any big projects also fall on the weekends. Major yardwork, big house repairs, etc. It definitely a balancing act between chores and play


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I honestly feel kind of odd when I'm not working and don't have something productive to do. Going on trips/vacation counts as productive, but if I'm off work and don't have anything planned, it's and odd feeling.
With that much time off, backpacking/camping would be a great way to keep busy and have fun with not a big outlay of cash (expect when initially buying gear). Nice workout, too.
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With that much time off, backpacking/camping would be a great way to keep busy and have fun with not a big outlay of cash (expect when initially buying gear). Nice workout, too.


Thatís generally what I do in the cooler months. Iím a landscape photographer as a side gig, so I have more hiking gear than you could shake a carbon fiber hiking pole at.


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Usually just sit in my chair and read the various forums I a member of, or a Stephen king or Dean Koontz book, interrupted by a good cigar or two.
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What I do on the weekends is the same thing I do the rest of the week and that's smoking and cocktails twice a day.


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