I'm here to find a wonderful woman to spend the rest of my life with. Plain and simple. I am not here to serial date or 'test the waters', I'm looking for a lady who is serious about finding the same thing - a meaningful relationship with the right guy.
So what kind of lady am I looking for? Well, are you outdoorsy and do you like to camp, go hiking, canoeing, sit around campfires, and just spend a nice day outside? Are you someone who loves to travel? I don't care about how many continents you have or haven't been to, just so long as you have a passion for visiting national and local parks, historical sites, new towns and cities, and exploring the world around us and seeing what's over that next horizon. Do you have good, traditional Christian values and are you serious about starting a real relationship and a having a family? Do you enjoy spending a quiet evening together with a nice dinner or a good movie instead of going out to bar? Are the games you like to play board games or video games? Are you ready for a new, fun filled adventure?
If yes - then message me! Tell me about yourself and what other things you enjoy!
As for me, I have the heart of a country-boy who loves the great outdoors and exploring as much of it as I can, but I also love the elegance and sophistication of fine restaurants and theater performances. Who am I? I'm a guy who can parry and thrust better than he can hit a baseball. I prefer tea over coffee. I love the style of Harris Tweed. I know a thing or two about German wines and beers. I love BBQ and Cajun food. I can tell you the etymology behind the days of our week. I change my own brakes. I love the smell of boxwoods. I still hold firm that Han shot first. I enjoy both the mountains and the beach and even the in-between bits. Thanksgiving and Christmas are my favorite holidays, but I seriously dislike the cold. I air drum to Rush songs. I love the design of a Georgian style home, and I know lots of stuff about history and archaeology. As the great Popeye says, "I yam what I yam!"
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Well, for a first date, it could be anything. I don't limit myself to one type of first date formula.
I would be up for anything from getting a few drinks or a quiet dinner at a cozy restaurant followed by a nice evening stroll through the town or park to visiting a museum in D.C. and getting lunch at a hole in the wall cafe. Other first date options could be visiting the State Fair or Ren Faire or some local Festival and taking in all the rides, shows, contests, concerts, and great food. Any event that gives us time to talk to each other and explore something together - to me that's a nice first date. Ultimately, the place isn't as important as the ability to get to know each other better is.