I love the outdoors, but don't spend nearly as much time there as would like. This is partly due to my job, which involves outdoor recreation but takes place mostly indoors, and partly due to couch gravity, which I find to be intense from time to time.
I'm happiest when backpacking (in the summer) or skiing (in the winter). I mix other stuff in too, but those are my passions. I've been trying to take up biking, with little success. So if you want to take me on a ride, that would be swell.
I tend to be pretty easy going and get along with most people. That said, I'm definitely an introvert with socially anxious tendencies and can seem a little closed off at first (this is something I'm working on). But once I'm comfortable in a situation I loosen up and let me natural good nature shine through. Someone at work once even called me gregarious, an adjective I never, ever, would have thought to use to describe myself.
I think about the world a lot, but in an abstract way, not so much in concrete, "how can I change things?" terms. I guess spending a decent chunk of ones life in academia will do that to a person. But I think escaping that path has been for the better.