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  • Fluent in English; learning Italian, Spanish
  • 30, Male
  • Member since 2008
  • Physical therapist aid/personal trainer/river guide/wrest...
  • Graduated from the University of Colorado, after transfer...
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About Me


Connect, see, share, connect.


I bought a house in one of the most amazing towns I've ever been to. I'd love to share it with you. I'd really love if you could share some music with me from where you're from/what you're into, because I'm always on the lookout for more of that good stuff.


To do as many diverse and meaningful things as possible so that I can tell fun and exciting stories if I get to become an old man.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I really like meeting people. Especially the interesting ones. I provide when I can, and when I can't I at least try to help out by giving advice. Please be open minded to join in on activities if you come stay with me.


I have hosted many while living in Alaska, and I have surfed in Argentina, Nicaragua, Spain, France, Mexico, Ireland, Colombia, and the United States. I'm currently in the hosting mode in AK.


Music, adventure, laughing, eating, running, exercising, learning, loving, living, dieing, experiencing new things out of my comfort zone.

  • dogs
  • exercise
  • running
  • traveling
  • socializing
  • music

Music, Movies, and Books

My ears are wide open to all sorts of music. I play a variety of instruments, and play in a number of different bands. I admire music that attempts to challenge the ordinary, or at least what I grew up with.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I hiked the Appalachian trail in 2009. It is a dirt path that stretches for about 2200 miles (3500+ km) in the United States. I think when anyone gives themselves that much alone time they come away from it with a new understanding of who they are and who they want to be. Yeah.

Teach, Learn, Share

A wise man once told me the reason we like dogs so much is because they are not afraid to approach a stranger, sniff them, wag their tail, and maybe even lick them. Since I've heard that, I have tried to live more like a dog. I think the world would be a lot friendlier if we all acted like dogs. So please, go sniff a stranger.

What I Can Share with Hosts

If you have any instruments I will share some music with you, or if I am traveling with an instrument, I can do that as well.

Countries I’ve Visited

Argentina, France, Nicaragua

Countries I’ve Lived In

Italy, United States

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