Part of what drew me here was the outdoorsy culture. I love to go hiking, biking, and eventually I want to try growing my own food. There's not really an opportunity to go ice fishing or snowboarding nearby, but I can deal with it.
It's a little tough for me to open up in large groups but smaller groups keep me from wearing out too quickly. It has little to do with the people themselves, I'm just a bit introverted and need to recharge between big gatherings.
I am in a polyamorous relationship which is so fulfilling because it allows everything to run its due course. If I find another partner and become romantically interested, so be it. I don't see forming a strong relationship that isn't firmly rooted in friendship as well, nor forcing oneself into a relationship because you feel obligated to be in one. Essentially, I'm here to meet people. However that ends up working out is fine.
Recently moving to Santa Cruz forced me to trim the number of books I could bring with me, so it's mostly ones I've had for years and haven't gotten around to reading yet. Top on that list is Takami's Battle Royale and Gaiman's Neverwhere.
As far as music goes, I lean towards a lot of industrial/electronic genres. The only two I really don't care for would be country and rap, though there are a few exceptions.
Seriously, I'll just harshly judge you and delete without another thought.