I turned 30 this year. Being an 'old person' I have spent some time looking back at the things I used to do and enjoy. My friends and I used to ride 4 wheelers/dirt bikes a lot. We would ride anywhere there was dirt and didn't care who the land belonged to. We spent lots of time riding around on land that belonged to people who would have never given us permission to ride there. In most cases, we knew who owned it, but just didn't care what they thought. This was pretty shitty behavior, but we did it anyway. A few times, we even took our trucks off road on land we had no business being on. Knowing who owned the land, if we had been caught, there was a slight possibility we would have ended up dead. Looking back, I have no idea how I thought any of this was a good idea. We would make paths (drive over brush) to get our trucks into certain areas and just go wild doing donuts, driving through the mud, and climbing hills. There is no way in hell you could even get me to walk on someone's land without their permission now. Also, when I was a teenager, I liked to see how fast the vehicle I owned or happened to be driving would go. Now I get scared going over 85mph because I have seen a lot of car wrecks and some of that shit is gruesome. Focus: What are things you used to do when you were young that you would never do now? Alt Focus: What are things you never imagined yourself doing that you do now that you are old(er)? Not that this makes anything better, but the land we were driving on was mostly swamp or clay pits. We weren't destroying valuable real estate or farm land.