Hello.After being an investigator for, oh, more than 10 years; I was baptized on 1 December 2013. Now just recently attended the Temple.I'm trying this site out because, frankly, Its tough finding gals with the the same values I lean towards. Whew, there are some wild gals out there!Most all my friends are LDS. Some of my closest friends are LDS. I'm good buddies with a couple of Bishops even. Hmmm...I'm an ecologist and flyfishing outfitter. If you ask what I want to do, the answer's always 'fishing,' unless you come up with something else. I'm outside all the time and passionate about the outdoors.I'm finally working where I live instead of living where I work. However, where I live and where I work makes it tough to meet people, especially gals. In rural Montana - summers in Island Park, ID - without frequenting bars, dates can be fairly infrequent. I'm most attracted to gals that are active, working, hiking, fishing, outside. Gals with ambition or drive are great, as opposed to work, come home, sit on the couch watching TV. I'm not very aggressive with this 'online' thing. I only have a TV for movies. I like living simply - not vegan-like hippy simple - just simple. I'm not motivated by the blind relentless pursuit of money or possession of excessive material things. Outside I lean towards self-powered as opposed to motor-powered - 'use the quads god gave you.' I love hanging with my babies (now in their twenties). If you ask me what I want to do, the answer's going to be fishing. So, unless you want to float... I like sharing my experiences and knowledge of places with others and enjoy others showing me what they like. I appreciate someone who enjoys the outdoors, has a respect for nature, and who appreciates their partner. I'd like to find someone that enjoys what I like to do, which is difficult when most of my time is spent rowing rivers, being in the mountains, or somewhere else outside.