Country boy/man at heart reared and now reside as the 3rd generation on the family ranch/farm raising cattle, hay and grain in the Heart of Central Montana. We also do custom haying, hauling, fencing, etc. for neighbors. In my spare time I work as a wellness consultant. I work hard in the elements of all 4 seasons and play even harder.
In high school I was very active in FFA and participated in the 25th National FFA Convention in Kansas City. After high school I went to Billings Vo-Tech for Auto Mechanics/Welding Certification. I obtained a BS in Mechanized Agriculture from Montana State University (GO CATS) in Bozeman. Worked in the home/commercial construction industries as a technician/marketer from 1992-2003. Then God called me back home to the family ranch to work full time and help take care of elderly parents dealing with major medical conditions. I'm actively involved in Buffalo Community Church, Buffalo Community Club and using my handyman skills to help others.
I have lived and worked in the city but prefer the splendor/ peacefulness of country living. I love kids, animals, staying healthy, marketing, hunting, shooting, fishing, boating, hiking, running, riding 4wheelers and horses, mountain biking, snowmobiling, skiing, camping, barbequing, swimming, boating, playing volleyball, bowling, landscaping, gardening, singing, songwriting, poetry, storytelling, joking, photography, discussing politics/religion/philosophy, reading and praying.
I chose to have international students as roommates in college most of the time to learn of their cultures and to share ours with them. Traveled internationally as a student missionary with Campus Crusade For Christ to the Philippines, Thailand, Russia and the Ukraine. One thing among many living overseas taught me was how much God has blessed our country in so many ways since its founding by our forefathers. The freedoms/liberty we have to work/play hard in building a legacy are precious and worth fighting for. I love Lee Greenwoods song "God Bless The USA". I believe American exceptionalism has made our country great for it is In God We Trust. My Grandfather believed this so much he left his home in Germany and worked hard fueling a ship across the ocean to reach this land of opportunity. He gained his citizenship earning the right to work hard as a railroad man building the tracks and tunnels of the Great Northern Railway across Montana. My great grandfather also believed this and moved his family from Missouri to work hard homesteading the ranch in 1910 as another piece of my legacy. I want to carry this heritage on building my own legacy with a family of my own. I still love to travel but my roots on the family ranch/farm are as deep as the roots of the plants I have tilled since childhood. My grandfathers and Dad have taught me how to farm the soils of this earth. God, my grandmothers and Mom have taught me how to farm the souls/hearts of men/women for eternity. This is why I thank the Lord for each day given to country liven to work and play until that Day.
djuceman is looking for:
Seeking a: Woman
Ages: 24 to 39
Height: 4'0"(121cm) to 6'10"(208cm)
Preferred body type: Athletic
Praying for a Proverbs 31 lady who loves God, family, kids, animals. Enjoys conversation, smiling, laughing, joking, singing, storytelling, reading, praying, gardening, staying healthy, physically fit, cooking, bbqing, riding atvs or horses, fishing, shooting, hunting, snowmobiling, skiing, swimming, boating, hiking, running,travel, photography, dancing, bowling, volleyball.
Likes meeting people, hearing their stories, helping them as God leads her to. Encourages and enables others to find and fulfill their dreams in life.