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Hey, I’m Anthony!

Bradenton, Florida, United States · Member since July 2011

Hello, I'm Anthony! I'm looking both to host, and, from time to time to be a guest. As a host, I'm friendly, helpful, and accommodating, and I'm equally comfortable with guests who want to chat or those who are more reserved. As a guest, I'm clean, neat, organized, and quiet. ..........

I'm friendly, professional, down to earth, considerate, easy going, respectful, and in my 40's. ..............

I live in Madison, Wisconsin in a renovated, 2-story, 3-unit Tuscan Villa-style brick home. I rent out one of the upstairs apartments to a single professional tenant, and my adult son lives in the other. My home is the entire first floor, where I live with my friendly and gentle older canine companion, a medium size Boxer purebred rescue dog named Katie ("Miss Katie":-).


I'm an avid reader and writer, a history and architecture buff, and have a University of Wisconsin-Madison social science background preceded by a fairly unusual seven years of active duty military service that included two wars and several life-changing tours of duty in Sub-Saharan Africa. .........

Due to military service-related health issues, I'm medically retired and limited in my activities, though I do stay involved with service on several federal and state advisory committees and in an advocacy role on military health, veterans', and foreign affairs issues. Of note, I do need quite a bit of rest, but can work around whatever schedule as necessary.


As your host, I look forward to your visit, and will do everything I can to make your stay as comfortable and pleasant as possible.

As your guest, I look forward to staying with you and leaving your home exactly as I found it, just like I would hope you would do with mine.

“Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.” - Maya Angelou