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 on: December 23, 2008, 08:19:11 pm 
Started by Wildrice - Last post by Wildrice
Hi,

I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday on the ground and in the canopy.

I know that the best way to explore the canopy is outside in the real world; however, we are exploring the possibility of an indoor interactive tree climbing exhibit that is self rescue.

I was hoping that someone can direct me to a manufacture or company that makes or has the potential to make an indoor interactive tree climbing exhibit.  We are thinking of something such as the rock-climbing walls (such as the Bass Pro-shop).

Thanks

 2 
 on: December 21, 2008, 07:36:35 am 
Started by cathy - Last post by cathy
Hey, Christmas came early in Dawson County, Georgia.  Samantha Elizabeth decided she wanted to come early and made her appearance Friday. What a miracle.

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 on: December 18, 2008, 02:44:30 pm 
Started by cathy - Last post by Wild Bill
Let's see, there will be a new kid on the block at the farm, so to speak; and Redcedar's on his way to see his Tracie in Jax. All I want for Chistmas now is:

1. Medium Tengu saddle from New Tribe.
2. Set of CMI ultracenders from New Tribe.
3. About 1,000 feet of the 2.2mm ZingIt throw line from Wesspur.
4. Full spool of New England Fly rope from New Tribe.
5. TruPulse 200 rangefinder/hypsometer from Forestry Suppliers.

I'm not greedy; I don't expect any one climber to wrap all of these items and put them under my Christmas tree. Nope! I think all climbers should chip in so one person doesn't get stuck with all the expense.

Now, let's hear a few gift wishes from other climbers....

Oh yeah, Meeee-rrrrrrr-yyyyy Christmas to all. and to all a good climb...



 4 
 on: December 16, 2008, 05:56:18 pm 
Started by cathy - Last post by redcedar
Over here in Scottland they would say that getting a little one at t his time of year is 2 blessings in 1. Maybe the little lady will grow up and out climb Joe down in Panama. I got my Christmas present today and it was two weks of leave from the submarine base to go to Jacksonville and see Tracie. She is planing to finish grad school this spring and we are going to travel around Europe when she gets out. I hope Abe and every body has a happy Christmas and a great new Year. Thanks, PO1 Mel.

 5 
 on: December 13, 2008, 08:07:57 am 
Started by cathy - Last post by cathy
Hope everyone has a great holiday season. I know Joe of the Jungle will since he's back in Panama enjoying the tropical weather. And of course, Wild Bill's happy since he has the house to himself with Joe gone.

I know my family is going to have a wonderful holiday since our first grandchild (Bill and Joe's great niece) will arrive on New Year's Eve. Samantha Elizabeth is going to be spoiled rotten.

 6 
 on: November 26, 2008, 09:59:26 pm 
Started by Oldtimer - Last post by Oldtimer
I was looking at some photos from previous Rendezvous and  I saw one that you may like to see.

Here is thte link to my  Flickr site where I keep the photos

Abe having fun in a tree in Colorado. Smiley
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3149/3062029205_1f5fa06b74.jpg

From Oldtimer
Tree Climbing in Austin TX.

 7 
 on: October 04, 2008, 08:49:58 am 
Started by Wildrice - Last post by redcedar
Hey guys, this is a nice story and every body should read it. Thanks, PO2 Mel

 8 
 on: September 30, 2008, 07:03:39 pm 
Started by Wildrice - Last post by Wildrice
When Two Paths Cross   
Hi,

I have been thinking if I should post this artical or not, and my wife and sister siad I should. So I am.

"When Two Paths Cross" was written by Chris Cooper the feature Editor of the Asian American Times (http://www.asianamericantimes.us/).
You can view the artical by following these steps:
1) Go to http://www.asianamericantimes.us/
2) Click "Print Edition"
3) Select the September 18, 2008 edition.
4) Go to page 18 view artical "When Two Paths Cross".

Abe, the author has given us permission to use the artical as we see fit as long as we site the Asian American Times website. So if you would like it posted for your artical pages please let us know.
 

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 on: September 04, 2008, 06:47:39 am 
Started by cathy - Last post by redcedar
Hey guys, it sounds like a great place in Costa rico. I hope there will be a expedition there soon, somethig like the Panama trip that Joe does. I want to go. There is not much climbing here in Scotland since the only treesare on private property. One more year here and I'm on my way back to warmer places. Thanks, PO2 Mel.

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 on: September 02, 2008, 11:39:59 am 
Started by cathy - Last post by cathy
Sounds like Wild Bill and Abe had a great time in Costa Rica. Read about their trip in the Articles of Interest section or click on the link below 

http://www.treeclimbingusa.com/Rara%20Avis%20Trip.html

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