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Nut

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Okay... When it comes to the days I work, there is some difficulty in getting my lazy butt out of bed. But when I do not have to work I am up bright and early and eagerly await the day. Especially the days where I will be outdoors and out of the city.

I love the dawn and being there when the rest of the area wakes up.


Am I alone in this?
 

Whiskers

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It just means you would rather spend your time doing what you like to do, rather than what you HAVE to do. I think most of us are like that.
I used to enjoy waking up at the Crack of DAWN, but then she broke up with me.

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dgibson

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LOL Whiskers....
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I'm the same way, Nut. Like Meathead said, it's because I enjoy the hunting & scouting a lot more than I do going to work.
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Hunterman

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I'm with Elkhunter...I enjoy getting up and watching the sun come up
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Becky and the girls think the sun comes up around 10 or 11...

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Mojave

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I find that whether or not I bounce out of bed seems to depend on how much exercise I'm getting. When I'm working out at the gym regularly or jogging, hiking a lot in the woods - whatever, I get up much easier. When I get lazy, like lately, I roll out of bed about 9:30 and start the day off slow by posting on HuntTalk or something.
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Delw

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Yeah I am with becky and the girls and mojave, then sun does come at 10 or 11 doesnt it?


I have never been able to get up early, April and I have worked nights for most of our adult lifes. Since we owed our machine shop I would get up at about 7am an roll into work but I worked till 10-12 midnight all the time.

When I fish tournys that are in the early hours of the monring I usually get a wake up call from a buddy.
When I go hunting I usually just stay up all night if I have to leave early in the am. Sleeping outdoors I can generally get up early.

Delw
 

Nut

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Sunrise tomorrow (according to the Ohio Div. of Wildlife) is going to be arriving at 07:03 am EST. I will be 50 miles away from home awaiting that time to shoot some doves.
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I dont hate what I do. Just dont feel I am properly compensated for it anymore.
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cj...I live in NW Ohio. Toledo to be exact.
 

cjcj

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But you get to look at all of those flames coming out of those smokestacks! those natural gas ones if there still burning. i think they are cool.
 

Whiskers

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I am just bored with working for a living. Been doing it too long. Just want to hunt and fish, spend time in the woods,and do the things I like to do. I like the early mornings. Watching the sun come up, an the woods come alive.
 
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