I have been in Portland for a while now. I moved from a tiny place in North-Central Oregon. I have heard a lot of people talk about their small hometowns, but I always seem to get the same awestruck response when I tell people how big my graduating class was. If by odd chance you think that you have me beat for smallest graduating class, feel free to message me.
I have been in school for quite some time now... This is not to say that I am lazy, or lack determination, but I have had life get in the way at times. For the most part, it has been my work that has set my educational timeline back. As much as I wanted to complete school, I felt strongly for having a full-time job. In the end, I kept the job.
Currently I am looking for fun, adventure and companionship. I feel pretty well stable in life, which can be both a benefit and a burden. I am currently in a poly relationship with a wonderful couple, but could see myself eventually opening up to more folks. Right now I am still trying to adjust my bearings, but I am totally open to conversation and camaraderie.
I am not so destitute that I cannot afford to buy groceries, yet not wealthy enough to quit my job and travel to Armenia, or Italy, or Greece, or... Well, you get it. I am wanting to plan adventures, as I have been on many, but until recently, I have usually had someone to tag-along. Adventure can mean a great lot of things, as I enjoy hiking, mushroom hunting, traveling, roadtripping, camping, and really just experiencing new things in the world.
I am also somewhat a beer drinker/connoisseur. In my worldly travels I always find it interesting to stop at a couple breweries to see how things are different around the world (FYI, thus far in my travels, our NW beer reigns supreme). If you are interested in exploring the world of beer, I very much enjoy going out for tastings, festivals and such. I also enjoy wine, but do not have as much knowledge under my belt. It would be fun to learn more though!