My Names Josh. I grew up in Penngrove, Ca. a small town between Petaluma and Rohnert Park. I wear steel toed boots to work everyday, but I clean up good. I have never been great at anything, but I'm pretty good at almost anything I put my mind to. I am HIGHLY allergic to flea bites, poison oak, and just figured out yellow jackets when I drilled through a nest on the tractor the other day. I have a mean tee shot, but can't putt to save my life. I have a horse who needs to be ridden more often except hes like that 12 year old who is 6' 8" and trips over his own feet. You must love dogs as my boys are over 100lbs and might be special needs, but they're amazing. They say your dogs should be representative of you and mine are big and goofy, so I don't know what that says about me. I don't really know how to turn on my snowboard, but I go really fast and would like to be on a mountain everyday in the winter. I cant sing, wish I could, but that doesn't stop me from being the lead singer in Rockband or kareokeeing it up. I tend make up words often. I can play most sports but don't enjoy playing competitively, that was in my youth as I played football in college and long jumped competitively until I was 31. I can build just about anything with my two hands. I flyfish, but don't get to go enough. I am an excellent Barbequecionist (made up word) but not a good cook. I'm a night owl, but I rise early. Coaching is my true passion, I miss my old job but I appreciate a hard days work (My old job was easy by comparison). I have a 1 year old niece who loves her Uncle Josh. I have great friends and family who have stuck by despite my flaws and mistakes. I have tattoos (one big one) but its easily hidden and its all of the things I am most proud of. It began when I lost my dogs in 2010. My friends say the country song I may be a real bad boy, but I'm a real good man fits me well. I am one of the hardest working individuals I know, I don't know how to not do things full speed and to the best of my abilities. I'm not interested in diving into a relationship, made that mistake more than once. I am interested in getting to know someone first. I currently pound nails for a living, I used to be an adjunct instructor at a college. I'm just happy to be working and thankful I had a skill to fall back on when I was laid off. I'm usually pretty much up for anything, concerts (Especially country), road trips, sporting events, camping. I employ only my friends, if I can keep them busy in this economy, some money in their pocket, and teach them a trade, I'm doing okay. Besides, who wouldn't want to work with their buddies everyday right? I design and install landscapes, decks, etc. for a living now. Running my own business is stressful and very time consuming as I work about 50hrs on site per week in the busy season, run the weightroom at my high school in the evenings and then come home and write estimates and design until about 1am. Not much time for a social life. That's how I came to be on here. If I sound interesting great, if not good luck!