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Assumptions – where are we starting?

I plan on starting this resource from the ground up.

I’m going to assume that my audience (you!) wishes to participate in abseiling, climbing or canyoning, and I’m also going to assume that one day you will be guiding (supervising) others in these activities. 124 more words

Abseil

Why this blog? - Online training for abseiling, climbing and canyoning

I’ve been an outdoor abseiling, rockclimbing and canyoning guide for 10 years. I’m also a qualified trainer and assessor and I own a small business… 113 more words

Abseil

Climbing northern Europe's highest mountain - Galdhøpiggen

Norway is often considered one of the most beautiful places on earth. The fjords, valleys and high mountains make the country a marvel to behold. I went there on a five day expedition between 11-15 July. 705 more words

News

Climb Real Estates Mark Choey and Danielle Lazier to Speak at Real Estate Connect San Francisco

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
Climb Real Estate agents Mark Choey and Danielle Lazier will be speaking at Inman News’ Real Estate Connect conference in San Francisco, happening July 16-18 in Union Square, on the topic of online lead management for real estate agents. Climb’s unique Ai…

Random Talks

The wild blue yonder

I love to fly, writing this on a plane. About ten years ago I won a flying lesson in a paper airplane flying contest. My plane went about 76 feet I think was, at least 30 feet past anybody else’s. 508 more words

My Bucket List

1. Fly in an airplane

2. Fly in an airplane with my kids

3. Visit Washington D.C.

4. Travel and visit all 50 States with my children before they graduate, passing through does not count… 83 more words

Random

Mallory and Everest, a family affair

Some men cast shadows that linger for generations after their death.  George Mallory was such a man. While researching my one man play about him I discovered that his family’s quest for the summit of the mountain has carried on for over 80 years since his lonely death high on Everest in 1924.  455 more words

Hill Walking