Old time gamer. Got into wargames in the 1960's and historical miniature gaming in 1972 after attending a Trumpeter Club convention (a Vancouver, Canada wargames group). Sucked into RPG's during the mid 70's (ah, the original small box D&D) mostly as a DM. At the University of British Columbia played(tested) endless 18xx games (like 1856 and 1870) that Bill Dixon designed in the early 90's. Playtested for Columbia Games. Starting in the 70's through the 80's and 90's played numerous boardgames of every conceivable type pretty much every weekend (or more) at the 'University of British Columbia Wargamers Society'. Awesome club with a office and a large full time dedicated gaming room, storage lockers and office. Still going since the early '60's.
My boardgame collection easily exceeds 2000 different titles (not counting the RPG or CCG stuff) of which only a fraction have I got around to listing with BGG. Thus I have a library plus a games room completely filled with games. need..more..free..time. Pretty much complete collections of SPI, Avalon Hill, GDW, EON, and many, many others. Too many different Euro publishers to list.
Moved to Alberta in 2000. Calgary is a hotbed of tabletop gaming (must be the cold winter) with a great local game crowd. Now belong to the Calgary Strategy and Wargame Group but spend most of my time with Calgary DBA gamers. Regular of FallCon and gaming meetups at The Sentry Box, etc.
Oh, and I work as a geologist and run a small engineering company. My wife and teenage son are boardgame fans although mostly in the Euro catagory. Thus most games at home are three player. The larger (4+ players) games have to wait till I go to my local gaming club with my 'filled' hockey bag'o'games. I usually game with local clubs about 4 times a week (Monday and Sunday (boardgames), Wednesday (ccg's), Saturday (miniatures/wargames))