Well, my trucks obviously, duck hunting, deer hunting, goose hunting, trap shooting, do a little 3D archery, and I like doing all kinds of metal work and wood work, photography taking sweet pics of my truck and do a lot of photoshopping.
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Rc trucks with my son, playing ice hockey, i also coach him in t-ball. and of course doing the dirtbike thing with my son too, it's gives the boss lady some "her time"... Pretty much my hobbies include my son, except for hockey, that's where I can get "me time" and get rough if need be...
My sons raptor body ( traxxas gravedigger )
I'm bottom row at the right end.
Son on his xr 50...( I ride an xr400 )
2008 5.4L XLT Supercab 4x4, remote start, K&N drop-in air filter, Flowmaster 40 series dual exhaust, Truxedo tonneau cover, Auto Spring 2" level kit with 33's- LT285/70/17 Kelly Safari TSR, Silverstar headlight bulbs and fog light bulbs.
Man i wish i had more time for my hobbies, but then again I'm still in high school so not much free time, seems like my number one hobby is work. Anyways I enjoy my truck obviously, surf fishing, my four wheeler, and taking care of my grandfathers 1965 mustang. he can't drive it anymore because of a back injury, but i drive it for him and maintain it. I just got the four wheeler in February, its a 2002 400ex bored to a 440 with a lot of modifications, its fast and i love it, but due to starting college in the fall, and other financial constraints, it will be leaving me soon. I love taking it to the track and opening it up.
2006 Ford F-150 Supercrew Lariat
305/55/20 (33's) Terra Grapplers on Dick Cepek DC-2's
Rancho Quicklift's on front, Bilstein 5100's on rear