Usually...Dinner and a movie on Friday...OR...Friends over (NBA playoff time right now)...Then, on Saturday I have a fun weekend job in Fort Wayne (about an hour or so north)...Saturday night I'll stop by and see the folks, or out to dinner with friends or family...Sunday I do the yard work, clean the garage, vacume the house...Or relax and surf online.<br><br>
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#6890 - 05/13/0203:59 AMRe: what do you normally do on the weekend?
Sailing is fun, great way to relax and get away from the daily humdrum of existence. I started out with Hobie Cats, first a 14 footer, then a 16 footer. You don't need a lot of bucks to get into sailing, the used Hobie or other smaller daysailers are not that much money. Even my old 1978 Catalina 27 is not that much to buy these days. But, if you want to try something new, rent a few sailboats like Hobies and try them out. WARNING: You may get hooked. Like I said, not much money needed and sailing Hobies is a real thrill of speed, water and wind. You know you're alive when you bring the hull up on a catamaran.......it's a kick!<br><br>
about 7 years ago, i spent some time in the san juan island area...my wife and i returned about 5 years ago as one stop on our honeymoon. i loved it and decided during that trip that i'd like to get into sailing and i even bought a book on sailing...time passes...this summer, i have convinced my wife that we'll rent a sailboat and give it a go. what the heck? we live about 20 minutes from lake michigan so we might as well get into this sailing thing. i can't wait.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
More like every weekend is just like another day. A few years ago, when I was particularly busy, I worked every single day, from the middle of October through the end of the following May (except for Christmas Day, on which I refuse to work.) I had a good year, but I'll never do that again! Of course I did that in remembrance of the year (1990) I had no work for the first nine months and came close to losing the house...<br><br>John<br>[color:red]I don't...</font color=red>
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