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Jun 3, 2010
Rock Climbing Photo: Me on a problem at Horsetoote Resevoir
So I've decided I'm selling all my stuff and am going to hit the road for awhile (years potentially.) I have a truck, camper, a good amount of gear and the money to do it myself but some company to share in some of the expenses would let me stretch it out even longer. Not to mention sharing in some of the amazing experiences sure to be had along the way. So, I'm wondering if there is anyone out there interested in joining in for some of it?! My plan is to leave Boulder on July 5th to head to Lander for the climbing festival, then Bozeman followed by Spokane/Ceour De Alene en route to Squamish. I'd like to be in B.C. by early August and am going to stay there until the rain starts falling. After that I'm pretty open but am thinking of following the Fall down the coast and ending up in Bishop for the Winter. Any takers? Terry Fisher
Joined Jan 1, 2002
271 points
Jun 4, 2010
Rock Climbing Photo: Old Greg with his downstairs mix-up.
I hope you have the chance to post some of your experiences and pix on MP as you make your way and that you find a great traveling partner or at least one without too many quirks. I once woke up to a roommate pissing on the night stand in between our beds. May your luck be much better than mine. Stucker
From Centennial, CO
Joined Aug 1, 2006
86 points
Jun 4, 2010
Rock Climbing Photo: Coffee after freezing our asses off near James Pea...
Come on, man. Are you still going to keep bringing that up? I thought I was in the bathroom! Stich
From Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joined Jan 1, 2001
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