Perfectly matched dating colorado springs

No, I'm not a fundie, so don't redirect me to Colorado Springs, though, I'd move there in a heartbeat if it wasn't so military and religious.

I'd do the area from Canon City to Westcliffe to Salida if I had a partner.

I love a lot of things about Phoenix and am content to stay, but I feel like I'm missing something.

I'm unemployed by choice and considering Denver for more excitement and because 'spirit' is indicating that there's something there for me.

I like Boulder but even my liberal sensitivity was shocked by the rudeness of the people there.

It's also a fairly old city for a Western US City, dating back to the 1870s or so, unlike Phoenix where it seems everything's been built in the last 20 years or so.

(Though Denver also has plenty of brand new suburban areas too.) Most Phoenicians wouldn't even consider Denver due to climate -- as most people I met there were terrified of cold or snow.

I have lived in Phoenix for almost six years and have lived here previously for another 5 years.

I'm a gay guy pushing 50 who is bored to death with the woefully inadequate gay community in this city of 1.6 million.

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