It is funny how we work to support our hobbies. I remember hearing something about a big difference between Europe and America. Americans tend to have high-dollar hobbies (flying, speed boats, etc.) and Europeans would tend to have lower-dollar hobbies (kayaking, hiking, etc.). So Americans ended up working more to afford their high-dollar hobbies and spend less time enjoying them, whereas Europeans couldn't spend as much on hobbies, but had more time to enjoy them. Interesting theory. I like my high-dollar hobbies, so I suppose I'm stuck working. Not so bad.