I like being social and getting out to events like First Fridays and kickball in the park. I love riding my bike, but I'm usually just headed for the Rockies game or the bar. I'm not going to be doing the triple bypass or anything ridiculous anytime soon, that just doesn't look fun to me. I like camping and getting out doors as much as possible. I feel this kind of goes with out saying in Colorado. I picked up my National Parks Pass earlier this year for a solo camping trip through Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon. Now just getting the most out of it by going to RMNP. Maybe I need to do a Yellowstone trip soon . . .
I spend a ridiculous amount of time going to concerts. If you don't like live music or can't cut a rug then this probably isn't going to work.
I have very eclectic musical interests. It's weird cause a lot of what I listen to on a daily basis may be classified as indie, classic rock, old school R&B, soul, anything new someone throws at me (know a good interesting band?)
. . . but the shows I see are bluegrass, jam, rock, etc. I've seen Phish more times than is probably healthy, but I'm okay with that I'll see them plenty more times still to come. I used to go to a lot of festivals . . . and may see quite a few more. But I also feel like it might be time to start traveling outside of music.
I have a good job and love what I do. I get to travel throughout the US and install equipment and train people how to use it. This puts me on the road about every three weeks. I love getting to know different parts of the country and explore the little nuances that are out there. I'm a sucker for random tourist traps even when I'm on the road for work.
Winter weekends I'm typically up snowboarding in the mountains. I'm always looking for new people to meet up with to go riding, I have the epic local and if that's your thing then awesome. If not, tubing, sledding, log rolls on snowy hills and naked snow angels are fun too (so long as there is a fireplace inside nearby).