Grangeville, idaho vegetarians, vegans and raw foodist events and singles dating
is a 61 year old, Christian / other male.
Living in Grangeville, idaho
I have been a strict vegan (diet) most of my adult life. Consequently I am very mentally, physically and spiritually fit.
I am looking for a lady who has been a strict vegan for several years.
I have a horse riding ministry which is geared to witness to children of all ages.
By God's grace I have raised from birth the largest steer in the US. I rescued him from being abandoned to die from pneumonia. He is now more than 6' at the shoulders and weighs more than 3000 pounds. He is broke to saddle. The oldest person to ride him has been an 85 year old lady. She wants to bring her 95 year old brother over to ride him someday.
He became the gentle, loving giant he is by my respecting him unconditionally.
I also have a music ministry. I can send a sample of recordings upon request.
I do not shame! Nor do I have a temper. I am trainable.
I am a volunteer with the local Emergency response unit and am an EMT.. I am also a religious volunteer at a prison 80 miles away twice per week.
The photo is of myself with my mother. She wanted, for one last time to go back to the mountain ranch where she was born and lived her childhood. That ranch is 90 miles from the nearest town. We are standing in front of a pine tree where her father built a tree house. I was 4 years old before she discovered that God was something more than a swear word. (Wonderful story about how God presented Himself to her.)
Although I look cowboyish in this photo, I am very adaptable. I can dress to meet the occasion.
I have no piercings or tattoos.
Still have all of my limbs and digits.
I am somewhat conservative and reasonably obedient to the moral and health principles presented in the holy scriptures. Part of my belief system is to respect the rights of others.
I am looking for a life partner who is healthy enough to allow me to love her the way she deserves.
Ps Just a thought. I believe in the teachings and philosophies of Jesus Christ. If I study and live these teachings, and in the end it turns out that I was wrong, what will I have lost? But if a person chooses to ignore those teachings, and to live apart from them, and in the end it turns out that he/she was wrong, what will he/she have lost???
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