I hail from the midwest... Indiana specifically. Grew up and went to school there before moving out this way after college. I'd like to think I've got my stuff together. I've got a fine job, am debt-free besides a home mortgage, and have homes in both south Denver and Summit County. More importantly, I try to live with integrity and treat others by the golden rule. Beyond that, I don't smoke anything of any kind, don't drink all that frequently despite my fridge usually having an adequate supply of beer, and I'm much more likely to be getting up at 4am on the weekends than I am to be going to bed at that time.
I've spent the last few years going from one weekend adventure to the next. From scrambling on rocks to playing in snow with a snowboard, snowshoes, or crampons... it's been fun times. But I'm here because there's of course something missing. As I check off more mountains and complete other goals I've been feeling ready to find that everlasting relationship. She would hopefully end up being a life-long travel and hiking partner. Someone with values and integrity. Maybe she'd introduce me to new sports and activities and I would do the same for her. Perhaps one day help me pass on my hyper, athletic genes. But it really comes down to someone I remain excited to see regardless of location or elevation.