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DiggsNC 3 points submitted 1 month ago
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Knife_Operator 4 points submitted 3 months ago
Not the greatest timing, exactly, since it cold out, but you could try getting into disc golf. Raleigh is a great area for it and where I got into the game. There are a number of great courses in the area and they uncrowded and free. The only cost is discs which will run you $8 16 per disc and you only need a couple to get started. Disc golf is a really fun game that is easy to begin playing but difficult to master. You can also think of it as walking around in a park, but with an objective. I met some great people out on the course that I still play with regularly. uk moncler sale If you want to cheap moncler jackets womens give it a shot, /r/discgolf can help out with any questions you might have.
DiggsNC 1 point submitted 3 months ago
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The only reason I am a former disc golfer is my interests changed and I got away from it. After a couple of times going back I just couldn deal with how badly I sucked compared to the player I was when I played all the time, and I just didn have to time to invest to regain those skills. But I really was addicted to this sport/hobby and enjoyed every minute of it.
DiggsNC 1 point submitted 4 months ago
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Found it so uplifting that even though the standard of living is extremely different, the people there seemed to be happier than the average American. It made a huge impression on me and made me reevaluate what is important and what to be happy for.
Most of my coworkers were 10+ years older than me (early 20s) and spent most of the trip unhappy to be there, lost weight and complained about the food and what a terrible place it was. I loved the food, gained 10 lbs and hated leaving on the weekends we were forced to go home.