Rowing 3 days a week plus occasional races. Love the sport and the team, early mornings still suck...
Now playing pool once a week in a local league. I had not played for a few years so its fun to get back into, I am far from being particularly good at it, but with the handicap system it is still lots of fun to compete in.
I commute to work by bike frequently and I try to get out and ride for fun/ exercise when I have the chance. I would love to find a good group ride that matched my speed and endurance levels.
Rock climbing a bit when I can find a free belay partner or when I can make it out to the meetups.
Learned how to ski this winter, had a fun time with learning and enjoying the slopes.
Currently still looking for some people to go table top gaming with. I have not found a solid group here in Seattle.
City biking, having ridden for 3 years in Chicago and now in Seattle I think I can get around fairly well. I still am not the best at the hills out here but I can get around without too much fear of the city's traffic.
-Y The Last Man
-Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy
-V for Vendetta
-Scott Pilgram vs. The World
-The Bourne Trilogy
-Nine Inch Nails
-Cowboy Bebop OST
-All cuisines are pretty damn awesome.
-I love to do french cooking myself.
-Scotch or Cider
-Smart Phone, It is great for making sure I do not get too lost in the city.
-A well stocked kitchen. While this is multiple items I think this qualifies here. Cooking is a big deal for me as I get to create something tangible that I can share with others. I love trying to improve my cooking and trying new recipes.
-Bikes, for competition and commuting. I have been kinda lazy lately though and only commuting, not doing extra rides. I am in search of riding buddies.
-Computer, for work, games, and internet surfing.
Bikes. Bicycling is my favorite hobby and is my main free time sink. It is my main method of transportation so it is a huge part of my life. I often follow bike advocacy news and some bike competition.
Food, I love to cook but have been busy. I hope once I settle in to my new apartment I will start cooking more enthusiastically. I really only cook a few dishes though, I need to work on branching out.
Board games sounds like a fun date to you. I love table top gaming and I have yet to find a consistent group to play with.
If you need a belay/ climbing partner. I am interesting in getting more time in climbing and improving my abilities.
Exploring new restaurants/ bars if fun for you. I don't enjoy exploring restaurants solo as much as with someone else. There is so much more of Seattle I need to get out and enjoy.