I am a hardworking and very busy guy, and I'm looking for someone to share my downtime with. I've been very fortunate financially and live a very comfortable life with no emotional baggage. I'm interested in finding an active lady with substance and a great sense of humour. Of course, chemistry is a must as well. We may be over 40 (OK, 50), but we're not dead.
I'd prefer a relationship based on mutual attraction and interests. I love to ski, go hiking or biking, or take off to Palm Springs for a golf holiday, and I really need at least one sun holiday every year for some snorkeling and beach time. Love to travel and I've been to lots of places, but there's so much more to see and do out there.
I try to stay fit, though I'm not obsessed with it and I have weaknesses that make that a challenge - good food and great wines specifically. I have a cosy chalet in Whistler with a big fireplace and I try to spend as much time up there as possible, summer and winter. I also like to buy project homes and renovate them, so someone with a designers eye would sure be nice.
I'm bald, and I'm good with that, but if hair is your thing, I'm obviously not for you. I'd prefer to take things slow for a bit and do some casual dating or go on little road trips to explore mutual interests. If a relationship happens, I'm up for that too, as ultimately, that's the goal.
Photos upon request by personal email, but not posted - ever. Sorry if this is an issue, but I've encountered security problems in past and have a healthy skepticism about giving out too much information in this forum. And no, I'm not married and trying to hide my identity.
Good luck in your quest, whatever that may be.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
Initially I think meeting for coffee or a drink, or even lunch might be best. If there's no chemistry, it's no big deal and we've met a new person. If there's a connection, who knows? The options are endless...