My upbringing was in the agricultural coast land of California. It does exist but not for long unfortunately.
Currently I travel across the United States doing contract work to sustain myself.
As a first interest I would love to support individuals integrated into some form of agricultural living that reaches out and helps tie into local public schooling and or community in general. I work very hard for my money and if at all possible want to see it go to a healthy portion of society that I can personally relate to.
I appreciate a broad spectrum of people and would like to see them relating to each other based on their common ground rather than their differences and as such I do what I can to contribute to what I perceive as a healthy light social balance of local community and cultural relations.
I love local festivals, mythology, and general anthropology.
I love being active. I do not like stagnant blood, it stifles the creativity and vigor for life. If a person is motivated to do anything, I am generally on board to participate (change the oil pan on the car, go hiking, etc.)
I work hard and sleep hard. It is a priority in my life to get a minimum of 8 hours of sleep, not negotiable outside of DIRE circumstances!
When I work In general I just eat, sleep, and recuperate until the job is over. 70+ hours of work a week means little conversation, little social engagement, and little emotional support on my part. Please understand that the body has limits and maintaining proper health and mental attitude is paramount to existing in such a strained environment.
In general I respect other peoples responsibilities, their choices, and situations and I also expect the same consideration granted to myself as well as those contributing to immediate living situations, small social gatherings, and work environments. Everyone has to go through the learning curve, its part of life and its why we need each other. If this seems unreasonable please let me know ahead of time.
Other than that, as time and availability permits, life is an amazing adventure, I love it, cant wait for more of it, and to share it with more people willing to go out and experience it.
In the words of a good friend, "Embrace Life."