57, Mancos, COExtremely intelligent male who loves he outdoors and the area where I live. I work in an industry that I really like as well as farm and ranch on the side. 4th generation in Southwest Colorado.
65, Manzanola, COIt may not be as important what describes my likes, dislikes, experiences, and accomplishments as much as it is that, through the course of about six decades of life, I, as you, have survived the ups and downs of this Journey! Most of my adult life was spent in the service of others as a therapist in a psychiatric hospital, on an acute, locked evaluation team. (Have been hit, bitten, spat upon, lost teeth from being assaulted, and have had every bodily fluid one can think of thrown at me!) " Retired" now, just trying to stay afloat in these times. As a child, 'army brat', I traveled and lived with my family from Colorado, to Germany, to South Carolina, to Missouri, with several returns to, and grounding myself in, Colorado. The rhetorical question of the day, 'Do I wait at the top of the Empire State Building, hoping for my Love to meet me there? . . . Do I have the patience of St. Monica to know Cary Grant finally ended up in the arms of Deborah Kerr? . . . Or, not?' Not in the habit of taking pics of myself, so may update with some more later. Although starting as a blonde, hair color now is a mix of blonde, gray, dark, and 'balding'! For-the-record, if I haven't noted before, if I don't answer any messages asap, do not think me disrespectful. My monthly budget determines my active/paid status herein. So, emotigrams are not a sign of carelessness, but rather that I'm not currently paid up. Thanx and Prayers!
32, Montrose, COI am passionate about starting a new life with my greatest blessing, my daughter. I love cooking and baking, hiking, camping, the outdoors and being active in our beautiful state.
67, Lamar, COI have been a convert since 2000 and love the Catholic faith. I grew up in a non-religion home, but we believed in God. I try to stay active since I retired early to care for my father in 2011. My father was my most positive person in my life. I try to be a positive person and not real crazy about negative people. The saying goes, "For every negative word/situation it takes five positives to wipe it out." I get emotional during mass on sometimes, only because I feel the peace that comes over me.
69, Fruita, COI am a retired Civil Engineer living in small town Western Colorado. I share my acre with two dogs, a great mouser, fruit trees, a big garden and a nice old house. I was a professional ski instructor for years and still love to ski. I have three daughters and eight wonderful grandkids. Gardening, exercise, hiking, camping, fly fishing and travel are what I enjoy most. My God and my family are the most important things in my life. One thing is missing, someone with whom to share day to day life.
59, Pueblo, COI exercise everyday and I before pickup flatbed Flatbed Not live in a motorhome and noble west Are you still in your driving over state to state I grew up in my mom and dad are still alive so I see them everyday that I go to the YMCA to exercise I had to back surgeries so I got to keep the number and I enjoy working out
25, Grand Junction, COWhere to begin...well I love the outdoors, hunting is one of my many passions among fishing, camping, snowboarding, dirt bikes and street bikes. Family and friends are important as well. Hard work, dedication, independance are what drive my goals in life.
22, La Junta, CO
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