natomas About


I’ve led two lives…the first very str8, married, divorced, remarried the same gal when she became terminal, widowed. Two adult kids. I’ve dated and had some good female relationships….and then accidentally, yes accidentally, I met a guy!! I think I’ve always known I was gay, but I did love being a family man….never strayed once. But once there (gay) there was no looking back.

An avid reader, I enjoy traveling and discovering the U.S. along the back roads just me, my dog, the F150 and tent. I collect antique Native American Indian baskets. Life have been especially good to me and has given me the opportunity to do everything from owning my own auto leasing company to producing fashion shows and a lot more in between.

Volunteering, especially with seniors and in hospice, has given me my newest challenge doing home care. I enjoy short hikes, bicycling, swimming, plus tv sports – as well as other ‘indoor sports’. 6.5, uc.

I’m here mostly for chat and welcome the opportunity to share thoughts and laughs. There are so many men on Lifeout that are truly special, wise and wonderful!

Basic Information

Here forDating, Serious relationships, Friends, Action / Sex
EthnicityWhite / Caucasian
Body typeAverage
Height6' 2"
Weight237 lbs


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Shared publicly - May 22 at 1:43pm
And this one:

You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich.

You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.

You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift.
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May 23 at 1:39pm
He was right then and he is right now.
Y'all better be careful posting that sort of thin on this website... implying Socialism is destructive BS might rile the "Progressive" socialist democrats on here


Shared publicly - May 22 at 1:43pm
I love this quote: "Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the

government take care of him had better take a much closer look at the

American Indian."

~Henry Ford
May 23 at 1:39pm
Another real truism.


Shared publicly - May 21 at 11:52am
Love Willie Nelson's songs.
He's really a wonderfull man....I was in TX when they put up his statue. I saw him in concert once....but he was pretty wasted that night. I was five rows back and almost caught his hat when he threw it into the audience.


Shared publicly - May 21 at 11:35am
No mitchiepoo greeting this a.m. --- positive thoughts going his way
He wrote me at 5:10 this morning. Things were OK then. Lots of storms, but he was OK. Haven’t heard since it is now 11 AM central.


Shared publicly - May 19 at 6:50pm
Attention bulge watchers: PGA -- Johnson....white pants - bulging and hangin to the left!! Hot
ONLY thing I like about golf. looking to see what they are packing in those pants. some do show a good "outline" and such. some nice ass too!!!
can't take my eyes off hit crotch and ass. Fucking hot!
May 20 at 3:16pm
You picked a good one. I have a friend that all those guys who were white pants are just exhibitionists at heart. That's ok with me. A nice outline can get my imagination going really well.

Profile Comments


May 25 at 7:43pm
nice to be remembered old friend


May 15 at 12:48pm
You're welcome. I see we have lots of mutual


May 1 at 4:11pm
Why thank yer… Your profile ain't bad, either! [Ha, I'm definitely curious about the whole 'accidentally met a guy' + 'suddenly realized I was gay' thing… Like, are we talking a 'Crying Game'-type situation here? Ha, or—maybe one of those sneaky gays who set up traps for straight guys? i.e., find a spot in the forest where they cover their bodies in leaves and lube—and then *you* casually walk by, taking in the scenery, when all of a sudden you *trip*! —> and fall into a hole, that you realize is attached to the body of a dude—and you realize it's the most amazing place you've ever peen'ed…?? Ha, I do hope it's the latter!] Also, Natomas! Are you a local yokel?


Apr 20 at 9:03am
I think we have, but I don't recall for sure. Memory is shot to hell. lol


Apr 14 at 2:49pm
I don't get on here as much as I'd like. But I'm still thinking about you. x


Apr 13 at 7:52am
It has been a while since I have done profile comments. I thought I would stop in and check you out! I mean, check on you and see how you are. I hope all is well.

Have a great weekend!


Apr 6 at 4:48pm
Just passing through :)


Mar 17 at 2:09am
Be careful when you’re walking in the Enchanted Forests today,

Or those little fellows, so lucky and spry could with ye, have their way

For those little green men, of ancient lore so everyone does say

Are like as ever to be completely Irish and Horny, and GAY !


Jan 24 at 2:33pm
I'm ready for you... So what position do you want Top or Bottom? :)


Jan 24 at 1:52pm
This is the Southern Border I know and love. Are hordes invading the nation? I've seen evidence of northerly movement (discarded outerwear, empty water bottles, emptied canned goods) but with rarity. From the crests of the rolling foothills in the Pajarita Wilderness, we were able, with the purity of the air, to see the marine layer west of the Highlands some 100 miles at the coast of the Sea of Cortes. Magnificent country. Every 100 miles, from the Pacific to El Paso, the US/Mexico has erected a line of monuments demarcating the border. Some are cast iron; others poured concrete; still others are constructed of local rock. Each celebrates the continuation of peaceful relations between the neighboring countries, English on one side, Spanish on the other. If you can find David Taylor's photoessay, "Working the Line", it's an excellent reference/historic/artistic presentation.