11/14 Update: Currently in Hue, Vietnam. Leaving tomorrow to Phong Nha-ke Bang National Park to do some caving. Hanoi after that.
I need to get some pics of me "looking normal". The last couple of women I've met seem surprised when I didn't show up wearing a backpack and hiking poles. Ladies, when you meet me, I'll be dressed for the SF bay area and not like I'm traveling on some wild and fun adventure...
Per usual, I fed homeless people on Christmas. What else is a Jew to do besides wash the feet of the poor and cast bread upon their waters, right? LOL.
I enjoyed a very active vacation in New Zealand. I am NOT the type to just lie on a beach and drink pina coladas (not that the occasional break from being Indiana Jones couldn't include a Mai Tai or two).
Had a 4 day mini-vacation in Sedona, AZ. Man, is that place beautiful. Did a bunch of rock-climbing (no ropes and pitons, just climbing), checking out the vortexes and just really enjoying the natural beauty.
I went to Europe for vacation in 2011. Amsterdam, France and Italy. Stories galore, but am always looking forward to my next. Maybe with you?
I backpacked for a month in Nepal in Oct/Nov 2010, where I celebrated my 57th birthday. Hell, if it's gonna happen anyway I figured I might as well make a statement, and I did. Wow. What an experience. I did just about everything I wanted to do except canyoning. Somehow, even with a month to burn, I still managed to run out of time. I have posted some new pics of my trip (apparently, you have to click on "photos" and then check out the portfolio to see them all). The ones of me with the red bandanna were taken in October or November, 2010. Also the one of me and the Egyptian vulture is 11/10. I went parahawking with him (I know, I know, he's a vulture not a hawk but it's still called parahawking). I lost about 15 pounds on that trip from trekking the Annapurna Range. OMG that was fun. VERY physically demanding but worth every minute. It's easy to say that now, but when I had to climb the equivalent of 1. 4 Empire State Buildings before lunch, I wasn't saying that. The words coming out of my mouth then were quite a bit saltier.
I enjoy a multitude of things. Raised in NY, I love city life. However, my vacations are often to rainforests. I like movies, food of all kinds and kissing for no reason whatsoever (as if there weren't enough reasons to love Paris). I LOVE long, head-spinning kisses. Anything worth doing is worth taking your time and doing right especially if you're doing it with someone you like.
I'm up for just about anything. Going over the hill to HMB for a walk on the beach? Sure. Got a movie or museum exhibit or gallery you want to see? Let's go. Wanna hang around the house and take it easy? Easy works for me too. I enjoy cooking.
It's hard enough trying to describe myself in the 2-dimensional space allowed, I'm not sure I could begin to describe you in less. One thing I must say is: no cats. I'm allergic. :-( Dogs are great. Kids are ok too as long as you beat them regularly for no reason (just kidding, I really like kids. This was a comedy test, if this had been an actual joke you'd be instructed to...). Actually, I've dated women with children, from 6 months to 18 years, and had good relations with all of them. You should be self-confident, open minded, adventurous and bold. Strong IS sexy. So is smart. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or anatomically improbable suggestions. And oh, you better remember to pack your sense of humor too, you're gonna need it, guaranteed.