Dating for people who love the outdoors
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I set out to write about gear and outdoors stuff and all of a sudden I’m a relationship columnist. I’m the last person any of you should take advice from in that department. Relationships, though; I just don’t know why I keep putting myself through it. So, an unintended consequence of listing all the great things about outdoorsy women in my last article was the contact from a bunch of guys who say they want to meet and woo a fantastic outdoors woman but can’t find any (first of all, guys, you appear to be looking on the Internet. Evidently, there are scads of lonely hearted men out there searching for their Lynn Hill but only finding Carrie Bradshaw. If where you’re going is full of guys, you already know there are no women there. Don’t say stuff like “oh my god, a woman doing [activity]! ” There’s no good way to respond to that statement and even if she would otherwise find you attractive, you’ll probably turn her off, saying moony stuff like that. If you happen to cross paths with a woman whom you find attractive, TALK TO HER. Don’t gaze at her bike and drool “nice ride” while staring at the top tube. If you want to date HER, look at HER and talk about HER.
Not just for singles in the UK looking for active partners, but also a community of like-minded active people for reviews of outdoor events and organizations, as well as a workout buddy matching and singles outdoor adventures.
Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia -area group that caters to active singles looking to meet people for friendship and potentially a dating relationship.