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To see all of Canada. Nine down, one province and three territories left to go.
I thrive on conflict but rarely instigate; I despise routine yet am a creature of habit; I admire the forthright, yet my table manners are excellent.
I am never so happy as when I am truly surprised.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Time will tell.
Couchsurfing virgin so far... Of sorts. Through my college and early working years I slept on a lot of tables, in a lot of back seats, face down on my desk or standing up on the train ride home. In my youth I slept on truck flatbeds, in a bathtub, on the bare ground, and on more of my relatives' couches, hammocks, loveseats and recliners than I can count. Any bed is good enough for me. I just love the road.
Movies, cartoons, video games, board games, role-playing games, books, comics. I love art, I love stories, and I love making my own. Running and hiking, though I can't do either very well anymore. Buses, trains, ferries, cross-country driving-- anything where you travel a long way and don't have to stop.
- video games
- board games
Music, Movies, and Books
Akira Kurosawa, Raymond Chandler, HP Lovecraft, Agatha Christie, Wes Anderson, Monte Cook, Chris Avellone, Terry Pratchett, Studio BONES, Tony DiTerlizzi, Mervyn Peake, Warren Ellis, Ed Wood.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Niagara Falls or the Rocky Mountains or the Eiffel Tower or the sunset on Maui, those would be the obvious choices, but really nothing amazes me quite as much as how big this world truly is when seen from behind the wheel of a car speeding along the highway.
Teach, Learn, Share
Misfits and idealists and people who are both at the same time.
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, France, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In