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Old 07-31-2007, 11:01 PM   #41
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Yona, I have no clue about Tai Chi, but is 2-3 hours a day the average amount of practice people put in? It must be addicting if you are willing to give it that much time. Must try it soon.
Tai Chi is great. But you have to do it to see if it fits you. I actually practiced more than 2 hours a day while living and studying in China and before I started working full time.

It will be great to have the time to practice again. 2 hours is not that much. One form is about 30 minutes. So if you know 2 forms + warm up + meditation + stretching and you easily get there.

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Old 08-02-2007, 08:37 AM   #42
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Fun thread. Not a complete list and always subject to change.
  • rehab one more house including my first dock build with requisite boat lift, fish cleaning station, diving board, and sunset viewing bench (retirement place)
  • one more widget to develop, market and sell (fun low-tech instead of high tech)
  • at least one full round trip from Norfolk to Key West via the intercoastal waterway going as slow as possible
  • Get two kids through college
  • Become a decent amature videographer
  • at least 2 months exploring Australia and New Zealand (not much other travel desires)
  • volunteer in mussel bed repopulation efforts on the Pamlico and Albemarle sounds
  • dote over future "potential" grandkids and leave DD's with the hard stuff
  • celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary

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