it doesn't matter, even if that person is your ideal activity partner today, THEY WILL CHANGE on you after the ring. Sometimes, often times, it's bait and switch. Most of the time people grow in different directions. Not particularly a bad direction, just different. BPL people might be more trail minimalists, and gear hoarders at home. The other person might be an RV gear hoarder but not interested in going anywhere if its cold, hot, far, crowded or buggy.
Other times, could simply be that the outdoors for you grew into a fascination with epic trips, while the other person's hobbies and interest shifted to eating icecream, updating Facebook on the couch while passed out watching TV every night.
People change. A LOT. All the Time.
So what you see today, great or mediocre is no guarantee of future behavior.
The punchline in life is that at some point you realize that all those marriage cartoons and jokes are very real to many people.
Think about this, Les Stroud and his soul mate wife at the time, were living the dream primitive outdoors life for years, something changed, they divorced. He still does his thing, she is not there.
Can say the same thing about Cesar Milan, the Dog Whisperer. So much in common, ideal situation, then something happens, and she's not there.
As my wife likes to say: That's what your friends are for, plan something with THEM.
Many trails and mountains that I wish to share with her, but I only bring back photos and 1 min video clip, that's not the same as watching a sunrise together.
I was interested in her initially because she was an outdoorsy person, but I married her because we laugh together. As my bones ache and cartilage disintegrates, my trail range is shorter and my pace is slower, but we still laugh when I get home.