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    This is my activity of choice.




    What about everyone else?

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    LTC- now that's just plain crazy! Looks like fun though.


    Keeping busy during the winter - I've been thinking about learning how to knit. Thinking and doing are two different things though...


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    Brilliant! I've always wanted to get into Ice Climbing/hiking. Good Stuff.


    I coach high school sports (volleyball and basketball) as well as cook, draw, and sleep.


    Honestly, in the winter I find I simply want to sleep more, so I have less 'free' time to fill up.


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    Yeah, I think the natural darkness makes us want to hibernate. I know I've been napping 100% more than I did during the summer...which was almost never.

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    Snowboarding, I love walking in the cold, it's so invigorating, (it's -25C today, so a short quick paced walk to the post office in town was all I could handle!) and yoga.

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    I want to take up snowboarding this year! Except I don't want a sore ass or busticated wrists

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    OMG, I've seen people doing that near the Susquehanna river by the Norman Woods Bridge. Looks very similar. Not for me, though. I have trouble climbing to the top of an 8 foot ladder!


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    A lot of people with a fear of heights take up climbing. Go figure!

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    “Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.” -Oscar Wilde
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    Hey, Lovestoclimb, do you love to climb?


    One of my favorite things to do during the winter when I'm on campus is to walk to the gym in shorts!


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