If you want a shit ton of money with proportionally little education, don't mind getting your hands dirty, and since you've already drifted into things like data and programming, then I'd so try going back for a BS in Geology.
Geology majors make 60k-80k+ right out of school working for oil companies analyzing soil samples for potential deposits, and there's about to be a shortage of them. The upper parts of the pay range are 120k-130k, and if you can translate that experience into a merging with the career track of oil company businessmen, you've got some nasty pay scales in your future.
The only thing they said was that it can be a bit boring when you're actually working, but I'm pretty sure it's a 9-5 job, so it's not like you'd be a slave to it even if it's mind-numbing.
When I (an English major lol) took Geology it wasn't insanely hard. Maybe in the upper level classes it could be tough. But with you guys rocking test scores, I say go for it.
It can also be an outdoors-y job, and it's definitely that as a major when you do field studies.