I'm self employed, and will admit that work takes more of my time than I should let it. I've been known to catch the odd wave on a kayak or just cruise around. I also enjoy ultimate frisbee, sailing, fixing stuff, hiking, camping, off-roading, growing my own food, fishing, hunting, a little auto racing, and pondering the obvious need for change in the world. I brew beer, cook, and always have a project or three in the garage.
I'm polite and reserved until I get to know people a little. I like to help, and have a knack for fixing things. With friends, I go for quality not quantity. There's only a few people I'll accept help from, I'm used to doing things myself. I'm independent and can be stubborn (about things that actually matter, I don't sweat the small stuff), but I like who I am, and I'm always looking to improve myself and my surroundings. I'm not particularly good at doing nothing in any form; I don't watch TV, game, or spend much unnecessary time in front of the computer. Life happens out in the world, not in front of a box full of microchips. The older I get, the less I like to buy new. I'm much happier finding something older, tougher, cheaper and simpler and fixing it if required. I like things that are built to last a lifetime or two or three.
Despite growing up in Puna, I have no kids, drug habits, criminal record or steel pins holding my bones together. Despite still living in Puna, I'm determined to find a woman who's been similarly fortunate (or sagacious. ..your call)
Hawaii is a gorgeous place, I'd like to find an intelligent, fit, and fun girl to enjoy it with. I'm open to friendship, dating, or a relationship if the right woman comes along. I like strong women, in both character and physique. Those afraid of their own sweat or dirt under their nails need not apply. I admire anyone who takes life by the horns and goes after what they want. I appreciate true beauty of body, actions and words, and not makeup, clothes, jewelry or perfume. Low tolerance for drama, smoking, materialism and lethargy.
We could hit a nearby beach for some snorkling, see a sunset, then out to dinner, but not necessarily in that order.