I've lived in Colorado for a few years now and I love this place. I've lived in a few other states and have traveled a lot within the U.S. (still want to see the world!) and Colorado is easily my favorite. I still haven't found the ocean beaches here yet, but I keep looking.
I do all the typical Colorado stuff everyone lists on their profiles, except for rock climbing because I'm terrified of falling to my death. So, no hang gliding or skydiving either. I like to play a variety of sports but don't watch any, except maybe the superbowl, although I missed the last one (seems like I didn't miss much)... and I mean I missed watching the last superbowl, not playing in it. I would have joined the NFL but there's just not enough money in professional sports you know. I love swing dancing (though I'm still a novice) and used to go to the Mercury Cafe a lot, but I got tired of dancing with randoms all the time. I'd love to have a regular partner to learn all the fancy stuff with... maybe that's you? I exercise a lot. An hour a day typically (I'll skip one day a week though). And eat pretty healthy stuff most of the time. I try to limit drinking to weekends but I'm not always successful.
I'm an INFJ on the Myers-Briggs thingamajig. I'm introverted, but not shy really. I just like little groups instead of big ones. I have lots of funny stories and jokes locked in my head that I know I know but can never remember when someone says, "tell me a joke!" The only ones I remember are the terribly racist and sexist ones I heard from my friend when he was in a fraternity, which kind of sounds like a joke itself.
Ok, here's a joke I remember: A Buddhist goes to a hot dog vendor and says, "Make me one with everything."
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The hot dog vendor gives him the hot dog, the Buddhist gives the vendor $20. He's standing there waiting and finally asks the vendor, "What about my change?" to which the vendor replies, "Change comes only from within."
I heard that joke from Christopher Hitchens.