-I am a handyman. I like to fix things and make things that are useful. I wanted a thigh bag for hiking, so I made one.
-I like to do outdoors things. I enjoy hiking, camping, beach combing, exploring. I tried whitewater kayaking, and it was a blast. Something I'd like to do more of.
-I know what I'm looking for in a relationship and a woman. If you're curious, ask.
-I try to plan ahead and be relaxed, but sometimes having a day of spontaneity is nice.
-I have my shit together. I have a job, a car, and a plan.
I have plenty of hopes, but no expectations.
Never give up. Never surrender.
When I find the woman I'm looking for, we're going to go hike down into the Grand Canyon and spend a few days down there swimming, relaxing, and enjoying each other's company.
Listening to problems.
Letting the little things go.
Observing small details that give clues to the overall picture.
Making terrible, terrible puns. My roommates theorize that this is the reason I'm still single.
I read from a variety of authors; everything from Frank Herbert, Julie E. Czerneda, L.E. Modesitt Jr., Jim Butcher, Kevin Hearne, and so many more. I'm just getting around to picking up American Gods, though it's been recommended by a thousand people.
I believe that music is far more important to brand recognition than marketing companies realize.
For me, the beat of a song can make it or break it, to the exclusion of all other things. This means that in general, my music tastes vary widely.
I enjoy food, and I enjoy eating things that are delicious. I enjoy a pretty wide variety of foods: asian, mexican, italian; but my favorite food is a good home-cooked flank steak that's been marinated in red wine with some excellent spices.
If I was trapped in a book/game, which one would it be?
Where is this: http://i.imgur.com/hw7Ugot.jpg and how do I get there?
What's the problem with baseball puns? They're kind of hit or miss.
Why should you avoid a pack of rabid mathematicians? They have strength in numbers.
Balancing going out and staying in are incredibly important. Too much of one or the other and I burn out. I like to go out and hike and backpack, try new things, hang out with groups of people, and whatnot, but I tend to get worn out if I do it too often. To recharge, I like to spend some time inside cooking, reading, playing video games, and just generally relaxing.
You should message me if you're looking for a serious relationship built on a foundation of friendship, affection, and mutual trust.
You should *really really* message me if you Praise the Sun or enjoy some Jolly Co-operation. Seriously.