Henry Toles, 34
from United States
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Present Country: United States
Join Date: August 20, 2016
Last Updated: July 12, 2019
Last Signed In: August 23, 2019
I would like a travel companion. It makes things more interesting. more perspectives make more options. I am easy going and simple. I don't like cities, I prefer natural settings.
I am currently in Hawaii. I’m open to adventure anywhere on the planet
Aloha and salutations. I gave up my home in New Jersey for a simple life, free from most attachments. I'm trying to live a life of service, and in my adventures, find a place to call home. I am a permanent traveler, but not independently wealthy. I like to trade for most things; room and board, but I need to make a wage somehow to support the things I cannot barter for; plane tickets, electronic maintenance, clothing.. i have the skills to offer in exchange.
Carpenter for 15 years. House framing, additions, cabinets, trim work, doors and windows, electrical and plumbing.
I am a vegan, preparing my own food from whole organic foods. My health is my wealth. I believe 'waste not, want not'. That includes making as little trash and footprint.
I am a practicing Taoist, including yoga and meditation. I naturally lead a reserved, quiet, reflective lifestyle. I don't like alcohol. Please don't confuse peace with stillness, my work ethic has been the no1 quality observed by my leaders. I work hard in order to fully enjoy my rest periods. Life is a practice and i am motivated to not waste it.
In addition to my professional skills in my resume, I have many other related skills to offer,
@Animal husbandry; horses, chickens, goats, cats (can train even felines), cows and pigs
@mechanic; backyard mechanic to all of my equipment in my life, chainsaw, tractor, car/truck
@gardening; experience in small subsistence and large production farms, I've always had a garden. Weeding- organic gardening is 90% weeding
@problem solving; doing the best with what I have- years as a business owner and living in very remote areas, I've acquired the ability to think outside the box per say and overcome any obstacle
@steadiness; I prefer to spend 10 minutes thinking something through, rather than bulldozing without a plan. There are no shortcuts.
Patience is my favorite, though most challenging (yet rewarding) virtue. .