California and San Francisco, in particular, and I are in a long term relationship, and we know that we're right for each other. After taking a break for a while, we're getting reacquainted with each other and sparking the old flame.
Skiing has always been a pretty large part of my life. Though, after living in a couple ski towns, playing a lot of pool, drinking a lot of pbr, making sure to wake up for dawn patrol powder turns before teaching toddlers how to make a pizza with their skis, it's clear to me that while mountain-life is fun, there is far more to experience and accomplish in this life that a remote ski town just can't offer right now. That was a long sentence.
People have been moving West for centuries. And there's a reason for that: California is the shit. I'm always up for an adventure and love finding new places, whether it’s in the middle of the city, up or down the coast, or in the mountains. I love swimming in alpine lakes, the ocean and natural hot springs. I love riding my bike(s). I love to cook whether its in (someone else's) fancy kitchen, or just some creek caught trout with spices and citrus out of my backpack.
I'm looking for someone who shares my love for the outdoors but is also drawn to the excitement of the city. Someone who likes to go out and meet new people, but also likes to stay in for the night, cook dinner together and share a bottle of wine (or two). Someone who loves music and is open to new music, like myself. Someone who takes care of themselves, physically, mentally, emotionally. Someone who knows how serious the world's problems are but who can still have a positive outlook and a sense of humor. Someone who I can learn from and be inspired by. Someone who likes to travel, see new places, experience new cultures. Someone who embraces change. Someone who especially enjoys a lazy day, because it’s a huge change from their busy life.