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Dustin_schmidt

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Originally posted by Dustin schmidt:

i have done people on the trails. im deffinitly up for new things.

Is sensitive and likes meeting people...

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Originally posted by Dustin schmidt:

hey thanks for the web address. whats up with the cave guy ?

Nothing is up with him, though when every other word is a typo and then a quad post you open yourself up for some ridicule. Don't take it personally.

 

I'm not sure who cascade Craig is. [rockband]

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Depending on how much you can trust strangers meeting people out and about works well. I used to go to Frenchmans Coulee and walk around bummin' belays, but if you want to learn the fundamentals see if you can tag along on an easy trip somewhere. Maybe someones early season recon trip for later alpine routes?

 

Do you have any overnight backpacking experience? That might be a good place to start.

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MIKEADAM: hey im here to look for info on climbing. thanks for cutting up what i said on a reply. that was real nice just to let you know my 6 year old daughter is sitting here asking why people are saying things like that. not trying to cause problems. just looking for info. thanks

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Sorry Russ. I am sort of a newbie. Only been climbing for about 15 yrs and still learning teaching with the Monties for about 8yr. Still, I stand by the idea that if you have NO experience, how do you know that person you find on the rock or along the trail is experienced and safe? I've had both wonderful and disasterous experiences along these lines.

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