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    For those who don't know Curling is the biggest party going

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    And not Or!

    I ride up to 200 days a year and golf about 20 times a year. I can remember saying that I'd play golf when I got older but after cycling for the past 25 years I don't seem to be much older. Golf in the winter in the PNW isn't so good so we ride and ski. People seem to have a lot of hostility and a need to be part of the something better. I't just a different way to spend your day. Tuesday is my favorite day of the week. Golf with my brother, then a club ride with my roadie friends and finally some well earned post ride beer. My time on the bike is split 70% dirt and 30% road. We're budget golfers, sometimes only paying $13 a round. People are drifting away from golf because is is very difficult to play well. Eugalc. Expectations are your biggest enemy on the golf course. You need to attain a Zen like state to play well. That's why the guys playing thru screw up so much (extra pressure). All activities are better when done away from the hordes. Back Country skiing is awesome because of the solitude.
    Last edited by Roy Miller; 08-24-2014 at 12:40 AM. Reason: spelling

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