I'm wondering what you guys do as far as hobbies of the non-sporting variety. I know Lucrum is building a custom aircraft of his own design. I would like to learn more about it. Some of you guys collect stuff. I find that interesting as well. Gun collections are interesting. Guy who do woodwork and make furniture etc are fascinating. Some play an instrument, some play several instruments. Identify yourselves. Some guys like to lay bricks. Some like to garden. I've got a friend with a huge greenhouse full of orchids and bromeliads. How do you gents spend those trading profits aside from yachts, homes and cars etc? A litte humanity wouldn't hurt us here in P&R would it? Wisecracks about my hobby are allowed but please try to respect any hobbies described by other members in this thread. Pictures are welcome and encouraged. I'll go first. I've got a wetshaving hobby. I collect straight razors, doubled-edged safety razors, injector razors, badger shave brushes, boar shave brushes, shave scuttles and bowls, aftershaves, splashes, balms, colognes, ouds, attars, shaving soaps, shaving creams (not the grocery store stuff in a can), leather strops, pasted strops, wetstones, hones, files and thousands of vintage safety razor blades. Some of my straights are over 200 years old and some of my safety razors go back to 1918 (WWI). My shave den has an antique barbers chair and lots of apothecary jars, bottles, old barbers signs and antique cabinetry to store/display the stuff. I got into it when they started adding more and more blades into modern razors, when they reached 4 blades I stopped buying them and learned the old ways. They're up to 5-blade cartridges now and it reminds me of a cheese grater. A recent acquisition is this Robert Williams custom straight I had made, hand forged with hippo ivory scales and some fancy filework on the spine: Please contribute. You guys are interesting and I'm genuinely curious about what you do on a rainy day in your home or shop etc. Thanks.