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My self-summary
Please don't LIKE me, as I do not pay for the premium service. Send me a message and I WILL respond. Cheers

So, I'm just looking for someone to share a joint a couple times a week. More? That too: read below.

I'd love to hear from you, if: you want to play guitar and sing together, move at Ecstatic Dance, or just take a long walk somewhere beautiful in the Bay Area. If you want to play a long and coy back and forth messaging game, or phone talk, I'm sure there are lots of folks for that: but it is not for me. Let's play but let's not play around...

I am far more interested in activity partners than romantic connections at this time. And if I am honest, I would love to connect with folks who might want to spend a little time at pot club huddled around a vapor. But, hey, if you want to hook up, let me know: it could just work out.

I am not interested in a tedious, back-and-forth grade-school message exchange. A bit of back and forth is cool, but no one knows anyone until they talk and walk with them. So let us meet and see if there is anything there


trying to disconnect
from the shallows
of our Society of Commerce

looking for kindred souls
to play
to walk
to touch to hold to kiss

to re-connect as humans-whole
to swim together to the water's edge
What I’m doing with my life
feeling my way


reaching out and reaching within

rinse, wash, repeat
I’m really good at

The first things people usually notice about me
"you are not like anyone else."
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
DH Lawrence
Henry James
Virginia Woolf
Edora Welty
Joyce Carrol Oates

living or dead authors, I prefer the classics

Nick Lowe
Aimee Mann
Lyle Lovett
Gillian Welch
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass
Burning Man Decompression Party

Cannot beat almost anything Peter O'Toole in it. Woody Allen and old Bogart films.

healthy omnivore
Six things I could never do without
family, friends, home-cooked Mexican food, pointless play, soccer, green bud.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I feel touch is such an important and neglected part of what it means to be human. We communicate through touch. We comfort. We celebrate. We console.

For many, touch is limited to sex or violence and that just is not right. We need to find our primate selves and litterally embrace each other anew.
On a typical Friday night I am
At happy hour, playing darts, walking down a street in my neighborhood seeing things that I never noticed before.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
lots. but in one-to-one conversations
You should message me if want to:

take a stroll up some scenic hill
play guitar in the park
trade massages
have company while you walk your dog
go to Ecstatic Dance
create art
hold hands some point, sit around naked and smoke a joint. The naked part is optional
The two of us