Fav. indoor activity:
Gardening (yes, indoors!), closet guitar-playing, music listening, cheese-guzzling, fixing/making 'stuff', cuddling, cooking!
Fav. outdoor activity:
Countryside m'bike rides/walks, live music/festivals, photography, picnics, painting, dog-walking, real-ale drinking/pub lunch or dry roasted peanuts, gardening, motorhome/camping - the wilder the better!, spontaneous adventures,
Varied, includes Latin/Chicano rock, world-fusion, northern soul, funky, motown, 50's, 60's, 70's, gypsy-jazz, acoustic guitar, classical, hip hop, rock n' more
Arts / Crafts, Cars, Cooking, Dancing, Food and Wine, Football / Rugby, Gardening, Hiking / Camping, Motorcycles - Classic / Vintage, Motorcycles - Cruisers, Motorcycles - Custom / Modified, Motorcycles - SportsBikes, Motorcycles - SportsTourers, Motorcycles - Tourers, Museums / Galleries, Music - Blues/Jazz, Music - Classical / Opera, Music - Latin, Music - Pop / R&B, Music - Rock, Music - World, Nature, Singing / Playing Instrument, Theatre / Ballet, Travel / Sightseeing, Volunteer / Charity, Yoga / Meditation
Shame I have to write this but. . . .
1. If you're married, or still live with your ex - best press 'exit' now - I'm simply not interested. What is it with some guys who don't seem to be able to distance themselves physically, from an ended relationship?
2. If a message comprises of just 'hi', 'hi, how are you?' or 'hi, I've got a big bike'!, just take that I'm fine, thankyou. A little more stimulating text will produce results and points, and you know what points lead to. . . . !
I'm here to communicate with, hopefully meet, fellow bikers, guys or gals, for friendship, bike rides/outings, and if a more tactile sort of relationship were to blossom (guys only!), then that would be the icing on the cake, the rind on the cheese!
So, here I am - smiling, sensitive, spontaneous, chatty, considerate, hungry, adventurous, non-smoking, enjoying life's new experiences. Make every day count. More often, it's the simple things that give me the greatest utils of satisfaction, especially if outdoors, with nature (& a big lump of strong, gritty Cheddar and a pint!)
Having ridden motorbikes since teens, had a big - gap - before the mid-life crisis 'hit'and I went bonkers, buying 3 guinea pigs, entering a carnival queen competition (my competitors being 14-19 year olds!) and won! (thankfully, no 'hate mail' from mothers of my age expecting their daughters to be crowned!), underwent a boob job …had to as couldn't zip up leather jacket! OK, too much info but bet you're smiling at that - so good to smile/laugh! Oh yes, and bought a 1050cc Triumph Sprint but a bit too heavy so part-exchanged for Street Triple.
Love the noise, smell, feel, excitement of motorbikes but despite years of biking, still have this dread of encountering 'suicidal pheasants', i. e. those that remain on the road as I speed towards them! Biker-folk say pheasants roost in trees and you can tell when they've gone to bed (to tree) by their "crok, crok" as they settle to sleep, so night time biking should be safe(er). Yeh, right - ever encountered a biggish bird on the road? (…. your opportunity for a cringe-witty response to make me smile or cringe!)
Right, 'nuff of this idle text; over to you :-)
Multi - Coloured
Shouldn't matter; one day I may be bald, incontinent, with no teeth - but I'll still be me on the inside!
If you've a sense of humour, write/speak more than repeated one liners, are interesting and interested, time spent on here will be worthwhile. Otherwise, I'll off on the bike or gardening or photographing bugs in the countryside. . . gotta be busy/active, can't sit in front of computer screens for long - watching paint dry, or even observing dry paint, is more stimulating!
Tell you later
Tell you later
. . . . . you - that's if you're smiley, friendly, interesting and interested - for socialising, be it friendly chats, rides, country walks, photography outings, picnics, pub grub/real ale consuming, theatre, blackberry-picking, live music gigs, fancy dress, camping weekends, and more!
Look up at the clouds, to keep your feet on the ground - and avoid ironing, as far as you can!