Widower Warren Cooper never would have met the skydiving piano teacher in the course of his daily life.
She lived 90 miles away, and they had no friends in common.
Are you searching for friendship, flirtation, or romance among horse and country loving pals? Are you curious about internet dating but doubtful about the results? Internet dating is a simple, safe, but effective way of finding a partner especially for people who don't have time nor the inclination to use more traditional methods.
It's an online love story that Farmers Only founder, Jerry Miller,is hoping to see more of in Canada.
"There's two different types of people," Miller says from his office in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
Most of these folks reside in cities and suburbs, but a growing number live in small towns or on farms and ranches.
For country singles, electronic matchmaking is a logical choice. Residents of a town of 1,200 already know each other; so if they don’t fancy the recently divorced guy behind the counter at the feed store or the widow three pews ahead in church, they’re stuck. Amid photos posted of men standing next to their Porsches and women in Anne Klein cocktail suits are farmers astride state-of-the-art John Deeres and cowgirls combing prize-winning Santa Gertrudis.
There’s simply something mesmerizing about cowboys. Their rugged good looks, strong arms and sweet accents are enough to make any gal’s toes curl.
Couple that with the fact that cowboys are family men and that they can fix just about anything and you have got yourself the perfect man.
Founded in 1995, the Dallas-based company employs a staff of 340 and boasts 0 million in annual revenue.
says it has 15 million subscribers, and neck-and-neck rival e Harmony ( claims to have more than 20 million registered users.
In 2005, three years after losing his wife of 46 years to colon cancer, the retired petroleum geologist had relocated from Houston to the East Texas Piney Woods, on Sam Houston Electric Cooperative lines, where he built a house from plans he found on the Internet.