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Stillwater MN, USA
  • Male
  • 53 years old
  • 6' 2" tall
  • Slender
  • Light Brown hair - Blue eyes
  • White / Caucasian
  • Social Smoker
  • Divorced
  • Has 1 child

A little about me...
I have lived many places and traveled part of the globe. I enjoy many things like: various cooking, shooting pool, playing darts, horse shoes, casting jewelry, genealogical analysis, reading history, Bible reading, genetic analysis, sewing items, playing golf, downhill skiing, tent camping, pencil sketching, welding metal, mechanical/electrical repair, Of all these activities listed, the most important you can't see, but is there none the less, are fellowship and friends with a dash of loving kindness.

About the one I'm looking for...
Non-lilithian (just kidding....well....maybe just a little). I am seeking someone that is not so concerned with their past and not locked into the future. Someone that is into the moment of their time and space. Control freaks need not apply. I find vanity unattractive. I demand honesty and can drill through BS like a laser. I detest gossip, and assumptive remarks. I want someone who is real and is not superficial. I do not seek perfection in anyone or myself. Must be willing to laugh at yourself and be human and not so robotic. I enjoy creativity and uniqueness...

I'd just like to add...
We have such a society of gossip, gas, groceries, greed, get-there-itis, that sometimes it's difficult to smell the coffee. We have become slaves to corporate dross. Non-profits are of the most corrupted accounting tactics, of a pyramidal hierarchy. This form of greed is not in mankind's best interest. It is the opposite of Ronald Reagan's trickle down economics. I'm not making a blanket statement, but honesty, and low operating expenses, are few and far between. Be careful who you give your money to. Churches seem more concerned about their financials, than they are about the man who walks into their buildings in need. You would be best served by giving, your whatever money, to someone you, yourself see a present need.