33 Worcester, VT
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My self-summary
I live in a Tiny House I built myself on an organic farm in Worcester, where I run my own wilderness business. Living off the grid is something I love! AT 72 sq ft, my house is smaller than some people's bathrooms, but it fits me perfectly and I love it -- no room for clutter!

Though I've lived in a lot of different places, I always seek out a sense of community wherever I am, and I've truly fallen in love with my circle of sassy, magical, hardy friends here in Worcester. Having a circle of true friends is key to my happiness. I believe in working hard to turn my dreams into my concrete daily reality, and I love meeting folks who are doing the same. I'm currently in a committed polyamorous relationship with the love of my life, a fierce entrepreneur femme who lives in Burlington. We are both extremely independent, so I still have lots of freedom to spend with friends and the occasional lover.

I am enthusiastic, thoughtful, and honest. People always tell me that they feel safe with me.
What I’m doing with my life
Pouring my heart and soul into my wilderness business: creating
skill classes, spiritually-themed expeditions, and hunting experiences, some for women only, some open to all genders, all trans and queer friendly :-)
I’m really good at
Hiking up mountains. Steering a canoe. Starting a fire with a bow drill. Waltzing and Contradancing. Listening. Howling like a wolf. Finding awesome public libraries to hang out in. First Aid (I'm a Wilderness EMT & Street Medic).

In the less concrete realm, I'm a very hard worker, I'm good at organizing my time, I'm intellectual and practical at the same time, and I'm good at judging people's character.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I'm tall, handsome, and butch.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Long a bibliophile, I seem to find much less time for reading these days, probably because I am usually out actually doing the things I used to read about: having adventures in the wilderness and building a house.

When I do find a quiet moment, I mainly read inspiring nonfiction (Mountains Beyond Mountains), pagan theology (Starhawk), how-to books (The Very Efficient Carpenter), and occasionally some classic literature (Moby Dick).

I occasionally enjoy movies when they are used as a springboard for thoughtful conversation (rather than just a time killer).

Much of my favorite music is traditional Celtic dance music. I play a tiny bit of Irish penny whistle and occasionally make valiant attempts to play folk songs on my ukulele.

I like home-cooked, whole-grain vegetarian foods (although I'll sometimes eat meat if I shot it myself or I know the person who raised it).
The six things I could never do without
A sense of what's sacred
Dreams for the future
Work that feels worthwhile
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to make my Tiny House even more incredibly awesome.
On a typical Friday night I am
Cuddling with my Love, driving to another state to teach wilderness skills workshops, or going to bed early.
You should message me if
You think we have something in common.
You can spell, capitalize, and punctuate appropriately.
You know how to have fun without alcohol or drugs.
Unsatisfied with the usual quiet desperation, you are actively chasing down your dreams.