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  • Fluent in English; learning Nepali
  • 32, Male
  • Member since 2009
  • Human Shield, Peace Brigades International. I accompany t...
  • I attended Montana State University / Salisbury Universit...
  • From La Crosse, WI
  • Profile 85% complete

About Me


To live out my beliefs through my actions


I am a people person. I love social interaction, but really I enjoy a good convorsation one on one with a person who has had different experiences then I've had more then anything. I try to commit myself to the wellbeing of others, both in my personal life and in my life's work.


I am not so concerned with why I exist, but moreso how to exist better.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I have began to participate in social gatherings when I was in New Orleans. I am now traveling to Europe and then to Nepal and hope to begin building relationships with more surfers. I look forward to the time when I have a couch again to offer.


People... in general, Being in the woods, Any type of sports, Reading, Organic local-focused Farming, Traveling, South Asia, Fly fishing, Ultimate frisbee....

  • flying
  • reading
  • traveling
  • fishing
  • sports

Music, Movies, and Books

My favorite movie is "To end all wars".
Music I like spans a wide range but I have been on a bluegrass and blues phase for a while. Some of my favorite artists are the Osborn Brothers, Norman Blake, John Hartford, Eddy Vedder, Bruce Springsteen, Van Morisson, Dire Staits, Woody Guthrie, Jimmy Reed, Blind Willy Johnson, Odetta...

The current book I am reading is "Five Acres and Independence" a book about sustainable small-scale farming. One of my favorite books is the "Celistine Prophacy" and another is "To Kill a Mockingbird."

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

I learned how to spin wool on the steps of Mahatma Gandhi's Ashram home. I was beeing taught by his grandson who once lived in that very house with his grandfather.

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