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Always looking. I put a little bit of advice in the "My Home" section under "Additional Info" to help make your visit to Acadia better.
Born and raised in suburban Los Angeles. Lived briefly in northern California, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Colorado, and Alaska. I work seasonally in the tourism industry.
I'm not the fancy philosophical type
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I've been hosted a fair amount of times, hosting when I can, but available to hang out too
been hosted some and done a tiny bit of hosting, hoping it can maybe help me see a few cool things in some towns I might otherwise have missed. And maybe I can do the same for others when I can host.
getting to every single one of the 393 National Park sites, going to all 50 states (accomplished this one in Oct. 2014), finding a way to make enough money to travel internationally. I like walking, too.
Music, Movies, and Books
Mostly anything. I'm not one of those people who is a diehard fan of a certain band or a certain genre of music and can't live without it. I lean towards non-fiction books
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
nothing yet; I'm working on that.
Teach, Learn, Share
Not really qualified to teach too much. Fairly good on U.S. geography
What I Can Share with Hosts
Unfortunately, I'm not the type of person who's got loads of amazing stories from my crazy life. I've got a lot of stories of pretty everyday stuff, like when I left my flash drive in my pants when I did laundry or when I saw some weird clouds.
I can share my labor and help my host wash the dishes from dinner.