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Jun 30, 2011, 6:52 AM
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Jun 30, 2011, 8:15 AM
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Hey,

I'm in Colorado getting ready for my RGCAE in October. I've still got a handful of prerequisites I have to complete. You coming through Colorado or nearby, if so when? Me and a buddy getting ready for his exam are charging pretty hard to practice up so if you want a good idea of what the RIC will be like and want to get a lot of climbing done send me a message.


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I do have to take the State written EMT exam in July. I have been cross-country several times, each adding to my knowledge base. If I am successful at finding a partner, I would certainly suggest that we accept your invitation. Though I have been told that I should just go to Camp 4 and there will be many people eager to climb, I am skeptical about their interest in training. Thus I would be continually searching for climbing partners. This is why I am reluctant to travel alone. Thanks for the invite, I certainly would like to benefit from your insight.


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Hey, I understand the reluctance. It's hard to find people willing to do something specifically to practice skills. If you find a partner or if you find yourself in or around CO, give me a PM and we'll see if we can't get together and do some climbing.


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I copied your reply and email address to a document. My search is still on. Thanks.


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