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CURRENT MISSION: Resettling in Boston after a year of living out in Denver
My name is Broo (br-EW)
Uber low-maintenance person. Even-keeled. I can get along with mostly anyone. Completely content to travel alone or with a small group.
I enjoy spending the night out in a new city, just walking or biking around. Cycling is the best way to see it! A truer night owl has n'er been born.
I always stop in at a good bakery.
Naps in the park make up for the sleep I miss at night.
Frisbees are a hoot.
Love..... animals of most persuasions
Hold the pulp, please
I speak in prose but think in poetry
I know so little.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Surfing when I travel
Hosting when I can
Helping where I am
Philadelphia, PA -Tim
Paris (and suburbs) - Laure, Marie
Marseille - Malvina
Aix - JP
Guillestre - Guillaume
Dormillouse - Charlotte
Grenoble - Henri and Pauline
Lausanne - Jonas
Zurich - Pascal
Vienna - Arved, Barbara, Martha
Graz - Futzi
Zagreb, Croatia - Sasa
Melbourne, Australia - Scott and Ash
Kip & Alexi - my San Diego hosts from 4 years ago!
Photography, baking, French culture, national parks/nature, hiking, cheese, brews, a little urban exploration when possible, coffee culture, using too much ketchup, ultramarathoner, new music, cycling, swimming, frisbees, melancholy novels, writing poems here and there, taking chances in the kitchen
Music, Movies, and Books
Music: Laura Marling, Blind Pilot, Newvillager, Father John Misty, M. Ward, Josh Ritter, Andrew Bird, Madeleine Peyroux, She & Him, Avett Bros., Bahamas, David Gray, Patrick Watson, Classical ( think Mozart's Requiem, Rachmaninov, solo pianists)
Film: foreign films (cheapest form of travel), documentaries, classics, stories of heroism, inspirational tales
Books: Just read: Under the Banner of Heaven by Krakauer Now Reading: The Little Friend by Donna Tartt
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I surfed a chalet in the village of Dormillouse, high in the French Alps --no electricity, no pollution, no cares. Riding horses without saddles, making meals from the garden, baking wild cherry pie over an open flame, bathing in sun-warmed water and living inside an Ansel Adams photograph for 4 days
(merci, Charlotte & Pirouette le Chat)
Teach, Learn, Share
I will happily teach you how to make croissants ( if you have 24 hours free), or some basic origami, or a few guitar chords ( although, in truth, I could use a lot of help myself). French phrases/pronunciation. If you have patience, I can teach you to slackline, too!
I love working with my hands, so put me to work in the kitchen, fixing things around the house/yard. I'm always looking to add to my lexicon of skills.
Share your music with me!
What I Can Share with Hosts
If you're cool with strangers rummaging through your cupboards, I'm a pretty decent cook. A pretty solid baker. I enjoy sharing those skills, but also appreciate sharing some good beers or wine.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Bolivia, Canada, Croatia, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In