51Millbrae, United States
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My self-summary
Honest, down to earth guy who enjoys the simple life with a little exploring (usually of history and nature) tossed in. Changes made when the need arises,example; when I wanted an old car and had to fix it up, I learned how to weld then paint. Shyness prevades my people skills but once in, loyalty takes over without a score card kept. A very large sweet tooth has kept me away from alcohol and my job says no to drugs. Smoking just never made any sense,......and is icky. Humour is along the lines of some silliness with more fun had with irony. I can not see the LIKES feature.
What I’m doing with my life
Doing the right thing. I like to put the horse before the cart and follow the rules. When I hear how dramatic some other peoples lives are, it makes me seem boring. I like to think of this as a truer meaning of easy-going or down to earth.
I’m really good at
Problem solving.
The first things people usually notice about me
Tall and casual.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Historical documentaries,Sci-fi(D.Who),Owner's manuals.
Movies:Hatari,A Bridge Too Far,Shawshank Redemption,Caddy Shack,16 Candles,Star Wars,The Thin Man, Casablanca.
Shows:Paint Your Wagon, The Music Man.
Music:Old rock, Country, Use to be KidsStar radio.
Food:Chocolate,Cooked, Basic and varied, Fruit, Pizza, Sandwiches and Chocolate.
Roads:280 lane #4, Old RR Grades.
Misc. Cookie Baking Sheets, Rist Watch IN Pocket, Neighbor.
Six things I could never do without
living here
my backyard
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Repair or improvement projects.
Outdoor hikes/bike rides.
Exploring history-local better.
Wishing I would meet a lady similar to me.
On a typical Friday night I am
If I have not made some plan for a specific outing, it's relaxing after a week of work, watching TV and thinking about what I want to do for the weekend.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I am shy and find social situations difficult. However, once I can get comfortable I am okay and can get quite chatty. (When I volunteer in the park it use to be weed pulling and graffiti removal which I find easy to do. Lately, because of people shortages I've done public tours as a docent, not as easy for me-but fun!)

Surprising how many ladies read this question wrong, and "will not answer". In the spirit of the question; I let my kitchen sink get dirty. Then with Soft-Scrub and a little effort the stainless steel gets all shiny and brand new. It still wows me, it's like magic!
The two of us