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To adventure and learn about anything and everything
I love animals and the outdoors. Always ready to get on the road again. Excited about learning more about the world, especially things I've never done or know little about. I love to travel but can rarely afford it. Hope to learn to play guitar and write and sing and all of the wonderful things that go along with those.
I think everyone has the ability to make connections with any other human on the planet. There is too much time spent focusing on our differences and not on our commonalities. I do my best to be nice.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I surfed a bunch and have been living out of my car since (more or less) and finally have a house with couches to offer!
Couchsurfed around the south on a 2 month road trip last year, have not done much since then, but Europe in 2012...
Anything and everything. I really enjoy history, music, technology, reading, sports. This isn't very specific, but that's because I can never narrow it down.
Music, Movies, and Books
The list is too long to be written so I will choose my favorites:
Book: East of Eden by John Steinbeck (If you've never read it or have read Steinbeck and didn't like his other works, try this one out)
Band: Little Jane and the Pistolwhips (awesome band out of Montana that I met outside Bozeman)
Movie: Dead Poet's Society (Love it, but there are so many others that compete)
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Leading a snorkeling trip on the barrier reef off of Mexico, got to get really close and dive down.
Teach, Learn, Share
Cooking, writing. I'm not all that versatile...yet. Hopefully I will be able to add more soon. Always good for news and random trivia. I dont know a lot about anything but I do know a little about a lot of things.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, China, Cuba, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Turkey, Ukraine
Countries I’ve Lived In