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I started exploring and going on adventures as soon as I was able. As a young child, I walked all over my neighborhood until I had seen everything I could see. Then I branched out and started exploring my town, then the Philadelphia region via bicycle and train. In addition to exploring the physical world around me, I am also very interested in exploring my internal world, getting connected with my thoughts and feelings so I can live with a deeper awareness of who I am and where I have come from. I love to learn about the worlds of other people as well. I love talking to people who value self-awareness and who desire a deeper connection with themselves. These kinds of conversations give me thoughts and ideas that spurn on further growth and inspire me to continue a life of learning and sharing.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I joined couchsurfing during a solo trip to Puerto Rico in July 2011. I met many people from around the world while staying at a few hostels, and many of them mentioned this community and how much value they have both given to and gained from it. Since then I have couchsurfed once while on a motorcycle roadtrip through the southeast US and stayed with a most wonderful family in Florida. Unfortunately I am not equipped to host at present; however, I am eager to host in the future when I have the place and space to do so :-)
Discussing/introspecting/learning from others and sharing what I learn, finding music that reverberates throughout my soul, bicycling, motorcycling, hiking, camping, exploring,writing down my thoughts, feelings, and dreams, embracing the unknown, resting.
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: Sufjan Stevens
Movie: Any travel/outdoor/adventurous documentary I can get my hands on
Book: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
In 2014 I spent six months on the Appalachian Trail, thru-hiking from Georgia to Maine.
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, Puerto Rico, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In