by Andinistaloco » Wed Mar 31, 2010 4:04 am
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by Andinistaloco » Wed Mar 31, 2010 4:40 pm
Chewbacca wrote:Andinistaloco wrote:So I don't have hardly any new climbing partners, and the ones I do are folks I've met far from home, in places like Glacier NP and the Tetons.
Reason for this is that I've lived where I'm at long enough that I know a hell of a lot of people who hike and climb. I know you can never have too many friends, and especially never too many who hike and climb. But in the years I've been here I've guided and been in hiking clubs and groups, and sometimes I really feel like I do have too many hiker and climber friends. I never get to hang out with them enough - some of these friends live right nearby and yet I haven't hiked with them in months. And when I'm neglecting my friends in such rotten fashion, it's tough for me to justify meeting new climbing partners in the area. When I actually do find myself with time to hike and no partner - and it's damned rare - I'm far more likely to call someone I haven't seen in months than find a new partner.
Anyone else have this kind of issue?
You might want to spend more time climbing and less time pondering about something that isn't a problem.
by rhyang » Wed Mar 31, 2010 5:00 pm
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