While you decide, please allow myself to introduce... myself. First and foremost, I'd have to be described as subtle. Reserved. Full-bodied with lingering notes of leather and peat- no, wait, that's scotch. Still, I don't talk a whole lot more than scotch, at least not right away. Fear not! When I do talk, I tend to channel my inner George Carlin- or is George Costanza? It's definitely one of the two.
Anyway, for maximum efficiency (and maximum eye strain) I suppose I would be remiss if I didn't explain myself through stream of consciousness, so here goes:
I love being outside. I’ve only been ejected from my mountain bike once so far this year. Camera nut. National park enthusiast. Pilot, but not a good one. Seattle is my spirit place. Maybe Denver. Anchorage? Personal heroes include Carl Sagan and Alton Brown. I only use kosher salt now. Can’t cook well, but I try. I can and will spend hours debating theory of consciousness with you. Also Jurassic Park. I firmly believe that Firefly should never have been cancelled. I still draw on occasion, and used to want to be an animator for Disney. I'm still enamored by theme parks. Also zoos. Both of my boats are inflatable. I keep a telescope in my living room as decor, and own a charcoal grill that I've never used. Been to 6 continents, and am eyeing the 7th. Been to a dozen cruise ports but have never been on a cruise. My globe does not contain alcohol, but I'm working on it. I'm currently reading the biographies of both Steve Jobs and Anthony Bourdain. I once flew to Australia and back just to say I'd been there. The customs people were not amused. My favorite car is the Jeep Wrangler, but not the new model. I'm a total sucker for a dog in a bandana, but see cats as basically house raccoons. Love EPCOT, and recently applied at NASA to be an astronaut.
So, how about Everest? I'm serious! Hell, I'll even settle for Machu Picchu if your Nepalese is a little rusty. Anything to get me out of Atlanta, really. Have your people call my people- mirror site on match!
bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens,
brown paper packages tied up with strings...
(I've been told that's too esoteric, so I put some *real* answers below)
-The National Park System
-My personal heroes- Carl Sagan/Anthony Bourdain/Alton Brown
-Scotch, I guess?