I'm be trying to find the right person to begin a relationship that will evolve into a partnership... i.e. form a partnership, get married, build a life together etc. If the' situation is sustainable, I would like to pass on me DNA to a kid but only if the child would be raised in an active outdoor lifestyle and only if the laddie also raised to take interest in a worth while education or vocational objective. It don't have to be that complex... I just want someone to share me life with. Some one to build a nest with. I see this as one of the most interesting facits of OKC: http://blog.okcupid.com/ I like to get outside and play hard. Mountain or Road Biking', Sea Kayaking', Snowboarding', Alpine or Rock Climbing', or Hiking' be the' methods 'o MOC. I'm not a 9 to 5 person. Consequently many of my friends are in Transportation, Medicine, Urban Infrastructure, and Service Industries. I tend to date women that are in these career paths. I'm on me feet quite a bit and people are sometimes surprised that I appear younger than I am... ie it's not unheard 'o fer me to swim 5.5 mi at set the sails 'n burn 3000 calories fer that day. I do however know that there is a time and a place for everything and I often take my first day off just to run errands. I am for the most part easygoing and non-perfectionist, though I'm not careless or unsystematic. Supposedly Meyers-Briggs says that I am somewhere between an ISTJ 'n an ESTJ. I took a professional Meyers-Briggs inventory recently 'n that said that I am somewhere in the upper left hand quadrant ie ISTJ, ISFJ, ISTP, ISFP... other professionals have thought that I be an INTP aka the other half of a "Golden Pairing"... Hence this could explain why I have never be married and I am so independent. Or maybe this is just a bunch 'o hocus pocus?