You're most likely stripping paint off an old chest of drawers, or loading your kayak on the car, ready to embark on another adventure. Maybe you're perusing a map, planning a backroad trip on your bicycle or motorcycle, or possibly pulling weeds in your garden. Did I catch a glimpse of you in that old bookstore, or maybe you smiled at me as we passed in some eclectic museum? Your friends wonder why you're single, but I know it's because you're comfortable being alone. Maybe in the back of your mind you'd like to share this little journey they call life with someone special, but you just haven't found him yet...
I've been looking for you.
Kayaking, cycling, hiking, laughing, cooking, wining and dining, discovering new sights, discussing everything from current events to favorite artists, talking about big dreams and ideas. These are all so much better when shared with someone special.
After studying architecture and engineering in college, I fell into a career of commercial and residential construction. I was married, and am fortunate to have my impish 9.5 year old son half of every week. I formerly shared my house with a couple of retired greyhounds, but sadly, they're gone now. I do have a library full of books and a full workshop in my 150 year old house; I'd love to give you a tour.
* Exercise, preferably in fresh air.
* A good book closeby, any recommendations?
* A good sense of humor. Mine and yours.
* Curiosity. Yeah, it didn't serve the cat well, but I'll hang onto it for now.
* Tantalizing conversation, snarky banter and wit. Captivate my mind and you'll win me over.
You kiss passionately, no matter who's watching.
You're very active and think you'd enjoy cycling, kayaking, or whatevering with me -I'm always open for an adrenaline rush.
You don't mind getting your hands dirty.
You consider yourself "low maintenance"...lots of make-up really doesn't do much for me, sorry.
You have a good heart (figuratively speaking, of course.)
You're considerate to those around you.
Any of this resounds with you...