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clee03m

Looking for Parents for partners

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Hi,I have a 15 month old, and I am looking for parents for climbing partners.

 

I have been climbing for 9 years, have gear, can lead, climb both sport and trad. I have not been bouldering much, but I am thinking about getting a crash pad.

 

Please email me at clee03m@yahoo.com if you are looking for parents for partners. My husband doesn't climb much, but he is a safe belayer, and he is more than willing to come along to make adult to kis ratio better.

 

Thanks,

 

Christine

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I have hit dead ends trying to find other parents on this board...my suggestion is to go to the VerticalWorld, with your child in tow...guaranteed other parents will be there...

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Not true, my friend! Slowly but surely, I am starting to compile a list of climbing parents.

 

I don't live in Seattle, and I have already scoped out my gym's parental situation (Edgeworks in Tacoma).

 

As I always say, where there is a will, there are climbing partners :)

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Right on Christine!

 

I'm up in Bham with 4 (yes, 4... 1 + 3 wonderful step kiddos) and we all love to climb. Summer is kind of nuts, but 'll definitely drop you a line towards September. It's great connecting with other climbing parents.

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I have hit dead ends trying to find other parents on this board...my suggestion is to go to the VerticalWorld, with your child in tow...guaranteed other parents will be there...

 

we just scared to climb with kids who onsite 5.14

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my ego has definitely taken a severe beating due to these punks...they suck...BUT, i do get to beat them for real when i get pissy... ;-)

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