I am a professor in the environmental science and policy department who specializes in earth system science courses for non-science majors at Plymouth State Univ.
If I had had any talent I would have roamed the world playing rugby for the highest bidder. Having no talent I have maintained my amateur standing. Twenty plus years of rugby, hiking and just plain old fun have left me with titanium knees and the gait of an old salt.
Learned to scuba dive in Australia and have traveled the world diving, hiking and watching rugby - ok i may have had a few glasses of wine and beer too. All that travel has made set up my rooms in the manner i like when i'm traveling.
Other interests include hiking (well slow walking now), rugby, scuba diving, CAMRA, wines, good food, cooking, books, museums (a weakness), canoeing. I'm interested in most things that expand my horizons.
I live in a big old (1800s) farm house that I rent rooms to students and temporary faculty members so life here is usually a mixed bag. This being plymouth, nh you won't find a street view of my house, but my street is right across the street from Speare Memorial Hospital. I'm the second house in 5 Emerson ST.