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I recently moved here from Baja California Sur, Mexico where I
spent most of my time in the water or the mountains....and I miss
it. I've been in Mexico for 4 years, mostly in Mexico City....and I
also miss that crazy city. Now I am here, poking around Tucson
looking for the right spot to chill and read and just...chill. I
ride my bike all over. I box. I move around and eat good food and
read good books.
Before Mexico I lived in Bolivia which is a beautiful, facinating
place. I have been traveling a lot, mostly work with water and
rural and peri-urban communities, and I enjoy that. But now I am
settling down in Tucson for a bit. I can't wait to explore Tucson
and get to know some interesting people here, and get out to the
Sea of Cortez and Sonora. I have a solid job with the federal
government here, so less time to explore the outside world, but
more time to settle down and get to know this beautiful area of the
A fun night to me would be going out and seeing some good music, or
making dinner (...and yes, I cook both Indian and Italian food, my
2 backgrounds), going hiking/biking or just staying in with a movie
and wine. Or good rye whiskey.
I love design...art and house design. I have two cute adobe houses
in Albuquerque, and I would like a little piece of land to build a
little well-designed house on. That's my next goal.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I'm looking to meet some good people. I play the cajon (when I have
people to play with) and was in an awesome band in New Mexico and
another of Son Jarocho in Mexico City. I usually struggle with the
"desire to settle down and the urge to keep moving," but I think I
will be in Tucson for a while.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm a good cook (thanks to my mom and pops)...and I'm good at
planning road trips and exploring. Eating. Swimming. Laying on the
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Calexico, Mexican Institute of Sound, St. Vincent and David Byrne,
Neko Case, Son Jarocho, and all old-school East-coast hip
A book that I just read that really struck me is "The Heart is a
Lonely Hunter" by Carson McCullers. She was a genius, amazing young
woman. Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis is great. No, he did not write The
Jungle. That's the other Sinclair.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Tacos de nopal, my bike, a good book, my father's advice... and the
sun and sea. Oh and This American Life. That's 7.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Impacts of climate change. Gender and migration patterns. Water.
Lack of water. Human geography. How I love people but hate humans.
Lots of nerd stuff...and when that gets old/overwhelming I switch
to: what to read next, what to cook next, where to go next. Shoes.
Painting. All the cool stuff I have from around the world. How much
I love my friends.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Out looking for music and dancing or laying around reading or
drinking a whiskey or camping or doing all of those things in
You should message me if
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You are sincere, and you read my profile before messaging me, and
you don't want to spend days and days messaging. I prefer real-life
interactions. And don't send me pictures of you holding a giant
gun. Or your penis.
Or...you have a Jstor account and you'll let me use it. And you
know what Jstor is.
And please please say more than "hi" in your message. I need
something to work with here! :)
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