I am committed to the Gospel, that's #1.
While I was born in the church, I had a distinct conversion that continues on today. I thoroughly enjoy gospel conversations.
I do welding/fabricating work and own a commercial fishing boat in Alaska. I plan on becoming a welding instructor this year and will be pursuing sculpture/metal art on the side.
I have a real taste for musicals, opera and other related things. I love music, I play the string bass, sing in both choirs and solo stuff, and love the organ.
Politically, I am conservative. I believe that individual liberty is essential and that the choice to do good must be just that, a choice.
I am deeply committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and his church. I don't just go every Sunday, I am always striving to be obedient to the impressions of the Holy Ghost.
I value my relationships very highly. I love to understand what your
thinking and feeling and to be understood as well. The person to person
exchange of thoughts and ideas is very important to me.
I am a big believer in education, this is the best time in the worlds history to be a learner, but do not believe that college is the universal answer. I think if the job market was based on a persons knowledge, drive, and ability instead of degrees, we would be a stronger, wealthier nation.
I do like being outside as there is so much to do. I like fishing and camping, mushroom picking, gold panning, shooting and hiking. Running is reserved for evading crocodiles and other emergencies.
I like canning, pickling, and sourdough bread baking, so me and your grandma would get along fine.
I view a commited relationship as a great liberation, not a confinement. There is great stability and freedom in giving trust and understanding to another and having it returned.
When I send you a message, understand that I do not have any unrealistic expectations about the outcome, to be able to meet you and have a good conversation is a perfectly worthwhile outcome.
With that in mind, let's talk.