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What’s your favorite springtime activity?

Asked at Target, 3201 Iowa St. on April 8, 2011

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“I play sand volleyball.”

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“Tennis.”

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“Trying to get back into walking.”

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“Walking.”

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tomatogrower 3 years ago

What spring? The past few days seem to swing from early summer to late winter. Spring flowers just aren't as exciting as they were last year. And so little rain. Please, don't let this be a drought year. Oh the woes of living in Kansas.

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tange 3 years ago

Well, the preferred answer would have been "in-" , but now that I've been goaded into action by this OTS and supplemental commentary, I've begun shaping my automatic response to "chores."

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autie 3 years ago

I waited by the Merc for twenty minutes or so...no show on anybody asking me any questions. Oh well...I went to the famers market this morning and made some new friends...visited with the Mayor briefly..all in all a great morning. Sure was a lot a hippies at that market thing...

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kernal 3 years ago

Pulling weeds. Or so I tell myself.

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The_Original_Bob 3 years ago

Looking at the new styles of spring dresses.

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prospector 3 years ago

Renaldo, Man, you are making me thirsty. I am off for one of my favorite activities, no matter the season. I got some rocks to cut next week myself.

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Tom Shewmon 3 years ago

Lamenting the passing of another gorgeous Kansas winter.

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RETICENT_IRREVERENT 3 years ago

I got the hose, no dust, but the slurry is covering me.

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looza 3 years ago

throwin' rocks at airplanes

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g_rock 3 years ago

Prancing. I'm pretty much above average at it too. weeee!

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dajudge 3 years ago

Playing sand volleyball at the nudist camp.

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Flap Doodle 3 years ago

Romping. When I tire of that, cavorting.

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nudist 3 years ago

Exposing myself to Art

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LadyJ 3 years ago

Actually I like walking along the river by the boat ramp on down the river. For some odd reason a lot of golf balls wash up there. I use them in my garden instead of rocks. Have also found a few old bowling balls which are nice for borders in the garden. When I first moved in my house, the previous owner left several large planters which were actually old toilets filled with dirt and flowers planted in them. Yeah, those left quickly.

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LadyJ 3 years ago

I already know what Hollis or somedude is going to say, just waiting for it.

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autie 3 years ago

I like standing outside the Merc waiting for the OTS people to show up and ask me the question.

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workinghard 3 years ago

Sitting outside on the patio with my labtop reading the OTS answers.

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hitme 3 years ago

I called my travel agent and said I'd like to book a trip with some historical value. I've already seen the birthplaces of Truman, Eisenhower, Lincoln & Nixon. I'd like a ticket to Obama's birthplace. She told me it would be $1,217 for airfare. I knew gas prices were up, but I just can't believe that Kenya is so popular....

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labmonkey 3 years ago

When I was in high school and college, I always loved the first day the girls would wear the short shorts.

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RoeDapple 3 years ago

golf couple of hundred rounds will do

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Multidisciplinary 3 years ago

Riding the highway in severe weather across the plains. Probably a good thing I don't own a plane...or a horse.

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