If reading Wikipedia counted as continuing education, I would probably be on my 3rd PHD by now. I love finding out new things about the world, or how things work. I tend to end up on articles describing military vessels from the first half of the 20th century, though. (Not to be confused with a nuclear wessle, though)
I spent a year studying Japanese in Japan, which was an incredible experience, and I definitely want to go back. I am in Colorado for a while. (Well, since "Here" is relative, at any given time I would be "here" from my point of view)
Biking on my titanium road bike. I am doing as many road classics as I can, from Elephant Rock to Tour of the Moon.
"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana."
Making analogies that deanthropomorphize people. And using large, not-quite made up words.
Biking in snow; it is a lot of fun, if difficult at times.
Hell's Angels (1930), and Tron(1982).
Books: Cryptonomicon by Neal Stephenson. Flatland by Ediwn A. Abott.
Oxygen, Hydrogen, Carbon, silicon, copper, and iron in many, many different forms. (They are small "things", and I certainly have a lot of them.)
And a few other elements.
Or want to go biking.