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“She stood out a mile above the rest as the woman I would love to meet.
She had similar interests in adventure sports, seemed good fun, attractive – and she baked!
A woman calling herself Tigger writes: “I found the perfect man for me at the other end of the country. We have travelled around the world and have many more adventures to come.
A year down the line, we live together and have shared an absolutely amazing time –mountain-biking, climbing, sailing, paragliding and skiing. This has changed my life.” I was intrigued to meet Tigger and Funoutdoors and to discover what made them turn to Telegraph Dating to find a partner. Funoutdoors is actually Andy Elwood, an ultra-fit 40-year-old divorcee who works as a search and rescue winchman in the Shetland Isles.
I realised that Mr Right might not simply turn up on my doorstep.
“But, as I got older, the number of eligible single men I was meeting through friends decreased.
Internet dating has come a long way since Kindred Spirits started online in 2005.
When once it was considered to be the preserve of the desperate, the weird or the unfaithful, it is now a must-try for any single looking for a date.
“Using the internet to 'get out there’ allows one to be more proactive,” says dating adviser Paula Rosdol.
“I say to clients: 'As mature individuals, you’ve taken control of your finances, health, family matters…
There aren’t many other people who would relish the thought of running off the top of a mountain, so thanks for giving us the means to find each other.” “Thank you, thank you, thank you! Tigger turns out to be Virginia Mills, a sporty 37-year-old equity derivatives analyst from London who really does go by the name of Tigger.