What other Hobbies or Interests Do You Have?

I was curious as to what other Hobbies or Interests do you have that also take up much of your time, energy and money or is Audio the only one for you?
Being a car enthusiast is definitely my first passion. Always reading about new cars and lusting after some classics.

For me, besides my interest in building a Audio System in the past few years, I am also a Car Enthusiast and Amateur Photographer (actually I hate using that term, more like a photo enthusiast because I consider myself a novice).
All 3 Hobbies have taken much of my time, energy and money. Sometimes I look back and think, wow, what have I done?
Could have saved all that money and time.
So I guess I should list my gear if I am talking about other hobbies:

2016 Mustang GT 6 Speed (weekend car, a few modifications) and 2018 Subaru Forester XT (Daily Driver). Obviously both are performance oriented.

Camera Gear: Nikon D750 with Kit Lense, Nikon 50mm 1.8 Lense, Tamron 14-24MM 2.8G

axememan ...

I have five harmonicas, all in different keys, and one "C" chromonica sitting on the little table just in front of my "sweet spot." When I have a nice familiar ballad playing on the system, sometimes I try to play along, or just accompany the other musicians.

If you want a challenge, buy a Lee Oscar B-minor harp. It is confusing at first, but you'll start to pick out some songs that you normally play. You can get a mean "Summertime" on it for starters ... then branch out from there. I love the ethnic sound of the B-minor harp.

Here's Lee Oscar playing the B-minor harp. 


I've gotten so that I can follow along with most of it. 

H.L. Mencken once wrote that:  "you can always tell a true music lover because they always try to play their own music. They may be atrocious at it, but they try."

I am atrocious at it. :-)

Hi @mijostyn 
I have many miles on Specialized S-Works Turbo 700c by 26mm here.  Been using Stan's sealant with good results but have been very lucky without many punctures.  I wish I could run 28mm, which may be the road sweet spot but neither my older titanium nor my carbon frames will support that larger size.  
oregonpapa->>I too have a bunch in different keys in a Harmonica case..I just bought a pair of Brendon Powers Modified Harps but,I'm not sure what I think of them yet
For those of you with film cameras, you might want to drag them out and look at what they are currently selling for on Ebay. Those who call albums "vinyl", are now dying to shoot film.

axememan ...

I have one of P.T. Gazell's harmonicas. They are terrific. Easy bends in both blow and draw. Really nice tones too. As you can see, they are modified Seydel harps. I love mine.


Again ... try a Lee Oskar B-minor. Lots of fun.

Take care ...