I love getting lost in a NY Times crossword puzzle or a good book -- I'm partial to fiction and to books I've read before. (That's the problem with my kindle -- I can't just open to my favorite section based on the crease in the binding). I've recently discovered drawing and painting, which makes me sound far more artistic than I am, but it's relaxing and new, so I'm going with it. You're more likely to find me at a pub trivia night than rappelling off the side of a mountain.
I was in St. Louis in 2004, which was amazing (just ask me for my story about what would have happened if there was a game 5!), but in New York in 2008, which was not nearly as much fun; I could take or leave hockey and basketball, though I can get on the bandwagon of the latter when we're doing well.
Autumn in New England -- I'm not sure it gets better than that. Though I do love Winter in New England...and Spring... and Summer is pretty good. After moving around the country a bunch (St. Louis, Chicago, NYC), I'm pretty set on New England now, and Boston in particular. I've met a great group of friends since moving back here, and now would love to meet a great guy.