Nice mix of different hobbies, what an interesting group of people we have here. Keep em coming.
Painting Water Colors and doing occasional art shows. Fishing.. to eat. Striped Bass, croakers, spot, drum, seatrout
I used to draw all the time, spent 4 years in art school. Post up some pics of your work if you can, I'll get some up of mine later. I fish all the time, living lakefront makes it easy. I release mine though, not that i wouldn't eat them, i love to eat fish. Just would rather catch them again with more weight on them.
Or maybe lawn-mowing.
If lawn mowing were a hobby it would by no means be cheap. A good ride on zero turn can run $20k+ easily!
I'm pretty big into skiing, just bought some double tipped skis last year to learn how to do 360's and grind on rails. A Hill
, I would love to try Speed Kiting someday, but do you need a license of some sort for that kind of stuff?
I used to do a lot of painting for mini figures and sell them on eBay (kinda of geeky but surprisingly made a lot of money for a 13 year old star wars fan at that time!
But now with school I pretty much stick to sports and aquariums. Anybody play Hacky Sack and soccer my goal is to learn how to do free style soccer
? Or collect money? Been collecting money from around the world since I was around 6 or 7 years old, it starting to become an impressive list of countries I've collected from so far!
Of course I'm looking to go into hobbies like Mountain Biking (which seems to be too expensive at the moment
) and looking to venture into Scuba diving. I would love to dive in the famous underwater blue caves in to bahamas some day!
Skiing, snowboarding, hacky, soccer, MTBing. All things i enjoy. Knee problems in HS ended my soccer career. Check online forums, Craigslist etc for a MTB used. I picked up a $1500 bike for just over $300 that way. Just needed a tune up.
As far as a hobby being geeky. When you get a little older you realize nothing that makes you happy is geeky, who cares what other people think.