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Road tripping this AUG/SEPT?

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Hey Everybody,


So, here's the dealio. I'm mere weeks away from finishing anesthesia school here in Ohio and I'm going to have a month or more to go climbing before I have to tell my job that I "want" to start working. I'm planning on making a schlep out to the west coast and I am looking for some climbing partners I could make contact with or people who know people, who knows some dude that climbs, etc...


Some things about me:

I'm 30. half dead, heh.

I have reasonable fitness, and am in the process of kicking that up a notch this summer... therefore, cool, moderate alpine objectives could be a real possibility (especially Beckey routes in the N. Cascades).


I have and will be bringing my own gear/car/etc...

I'm not broke and can buy beer. I'll be budgeting heavily for it.


I have some Alpine experience (Mt. Baker; attempt on Success Cleaver, Mt. Rainier; Pinnacle Gully, Mt. Washington.

Not a red river sport weenie (no offense to those who are), and have led gear protected routes up to 11b before. My realistic climbing ability is probably more like 10b-d after sitting on my ass in the OR for Two years straight. With that said, I'm really good at being really cold for a really long time.


I'm looking to do some seriously fun climbing this trip, have a blast, and meet some cool folks, do some cool stuff.


Anybody down for some adventuring late Aug/Sept., holler at me.









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