Tall, fit, social, outdoorsy, very handy, creative, resilient.
Road trips, the mountains and beach, seasons, city life.
I would be a great host for Family Feud.
I may contact you just to say "cool picture" or "where do you surf" or just "hello". It doesn't necessarily mean I'm looking to latch on.
Feel free to do the same!
Me and sailing:
I recently joined the crew of a large race boat on the Chesapeake that sails Saturdays in the Spring and Fall. I’m learning a lot and love every minute of it.
I also recently acquired two sailboats, a 20' cruiser and a 14' dinghy. Let me tell you, the small one is a lot harder to sail than the big one...a lot. I first sailed the dinghy in Stone Harbor's bay and entertained thousands. Peter Travers from Rolling Stone declared me "Hilarious!". Others wrote "Ed at his funniest best!" and "I didn't know whether to laugh or cry!”.
Me and snow:
Yes, despite the Winter of 2014 and 2015 and the volume of sidewalk that I, as a landlord, am responsible for, I love snow.
Snow transforms me into a sleepless energetic nut. If my neighbors are outside shoveling their walks at 3am, I’ll get out of bed and help...even if I don't like them.
On my bday (2/9) the 3rd big snowstorm of the '09/'10 season started and after dinner at my sister's, it was off to the bar to meet friends then onto tying a rope to my truck and being towed around on my friend’s snowboard. Occasionally I'd let him try. After he was burned out, I towed some strangers around on tubes and when they burned out I drove downtown and hung out with the crowd sledding the Art Museum steps. I went to bed at 3AM only because I wanted to get back up at 5 and start over. I love winter but I don’t like being cold. Hmmm...how are you at driving in the snow?
Me and Kelly Drive:
I feel so lucky to live within walking distance of Kelly Drive. I rollerblade it often and there’s no better way to unwind after a day of work or enjoy the tranquility of the river at sunrise on a Sunday.
I don’t like West River Drive though.
Me and other Fun:
Regular hikes in the Wissahickon.
Festivals, art exhibits, hiking, camping, NYC (esp. during Christmas), motorcycles.