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I generally come across as a easy-going, friendly guy. I have been described as confident and self-aware, with a curious and creative mind. I choose to live in a way that embraces playfulness and spontaneity.
My nationality is half Italian, a quarter Norwegian, and a quarter Argentinian (likely leading to my love of Tango)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I'm coachsurfing as a way to meet new and interesting people in the places I visit. I've always enjoyed a sense of community and expanding this sense of connection remains important to me. I'd love to hear your stories and see what the area is like from your perspective.
I like to have a wide variety of interests. Diversity is the spice of life :o). They range from dancing (ballroom, ecstatic, irish, blues, tango) to running role-playing D&D games with close friends. I love to cuddle up with a good book or movie, and I also guide whitewater-rafting, go hiking in the redwoods, and visit Hot Springs. I love to meet new people and experience new things. I'm almost always up for a adventure.
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies: Lord of the Rings, The Truth About Cats and Dogs, The Avengers, Dresden Files. Game of Thrones
Music: Celtic, Alternative, New Age
Books: The Darksword Trilogy, The Incarnations of Immortality, The Matador series, Sleeping Beauty Trilogy, Song of Ice and Fire, The Star of the Guardians, The 5th Sacred Thing
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
My daughter Alexanna being born was easily the most powerful memory in my life. Now at age 5, she is a bundle of creativity. Seeing life through her eyes, makes each moment more unique and special.
Another powerful moment was going to Burning Man for the first time. I don't drink, smoke, or do drugs (no judgement on others who do).. so you may wonder what was so special about that event for me. It was the freedom of expression, the incredible creativity in the art found there, the welcoming community, and the incredible sight of a city coming from nothing for a week and then vanishing again just as completely.
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