40 • Nampa, Idaho, United States
Male / Divorced / ID: 3423467
Seeking Female 30 - 45 For: Penpal, Friendship, Romance / Dating, Long Term Relationship
Last active: over 12 months ago
Beach / Parks, Board / Card Games, Camping / Nature, Computers / Internet, Cooking / Food and Wine, Crafts, Dining Out, Education, Family, Gardening / Landscaping, Library, Music (Listening), Music (Playing), Movies / Cinema, News / Politics, Pets, Philosophy / Spirituality, Poetry, Reading, Science and Technology, Traveling, TV: Entertainment, Video / Online Games, Writing
American, French, Middle Eastern, Barbecue, German, Seafood, Cajun / Southern, Greek, Soul Food, California-Fusion, Indian, South American, Caribbean/Cuban, Italian, Southwestern, Chinese / Dim Sum, Japanese / Sushi, Continental, Jewish / Kosher, Thai, Deli, Korean, Vegetarian / Organic, Eastern European, Mediterranean, Fast Food / Pizza, Mexican, Vietnamese
Alternative, Classical / Opera, Metal, Pop, Religious, Rock, World
Archery, Biking, Bowling, Canoe / Kayak, Canyoning / Caving, Diving, Fishing, Hiking, Horse Riding, Hunting / Shooting, Jogging / Running, Martial Arts, Mountain / Rock Climbing, Parachuting / BASE Jumping, Pool / Billards, Scuba Diving / Snorkeling, Walking, Wrestling
So I Married an Axe Murderer (one of the funniest movies Mike Meyers ever did)
The Vacuum Diagrams by Stephen Baxter, although the Lord of the Rings by Tolkien and the Shannara series by Terry Brooks are close runners up.
I eat anything, but my favorite is sushi.
I tend to listen to mostly rock, but I also like classical. I have played the violin too long not to like it.
I dress very casually, I wear jeans a lot of the time.
Sarcastic, sometimes punny, and sometimes dark (left over from my military days).
I play the violin, cello and bass, I love watching movies and reading books, and one of these days I will actually finish a novel that I start writing.
I have been to Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Mexico, 48 states in the USA plus Guam, and would like to see Europe at some point, as well as China.
I have lived in Taiwan, and understand a lot of the culture. I don't think this will be a major barrier.
A candle-lit dinner with great food, great conversation, and a fun activity, probably something physical like a hike or horseback riding or a good game of a sport that we both enjoy. I think romance comes primarily from the connection between two people more than what they are doing.
Someone with a mature personality, not looking for riches, but an emotional connection with me, who is good with kids.