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I’m a recently divorced individual who’s top priority is being a good father for my two children and two dogs. My daughter, Jessica, is a college senior majoring in environmental and forest biology at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. My son, Christopher is a high school senior who has completed the PermaEthos PDC and is likely to be a Civil Engineering major at UCONN next year. Tucker and Woodrow are two sweet mutts, with some issues, who had a hard time finding a home.
I work as a Software Engineer (like Paul Wheaton) and have been learning about and experimenting with permaculture for the last five years. Enjoy an active healthy lifestyle that includes some cycling, running, hiking and both kinds of skiing. Recently have added meditation and yoga to the mix. Actively interested in economics, herbalism, alternative technologies and healthy diet. Eat a healthy varied diet but do occasionally have a cheeseburger or pizza and enjoy a chocolate malted milkshake after a long bicycle ride. Used to follow sports closely but not much anymore except for my son’s cross country and track teams. Enjoy the occasional people focused movie (Cinema Paradiso is my all time favorite).
Not a very good writer but did start a blog last year. (With the divorce complete I hope to start writing again – it has been awhile.)
http://www.InvestingWithNature.com
Bob
 
Put the moon back where you found it! We need it for tides and poetry and stuff. Like this tiny ad:
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