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daniz

Rusty but ready

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Hi all,

 

I moved to Seattle from northern California where I climbed in a gym about 5 times per week to prep for the real climbs on weekends. When I moved to Seattle, I promised myself I would keep up the pace. But, you know how those self-promises go: my upper body has suffered severe losses while my harness is covered in a thin layer of dust, and not the good kind. At any rate, I am looking for a climbing partner. I am 5'5, 120lb, early 20-something female, with an athletic build and would like to climb with a buddy a few days a week. Looking for an encouraging pal with an awesome attitude, killer sense of humor, and keen attention to detail.

 

Cheers,

DZ

 

 

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See my post in the Climbing Partners section. If you are still looking for partners, drop me a message.

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