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Jan 21, 2013
Brian Hudson wrote:
Sounds like a shipyard story!

I've been reading the forums from my phone for the last week and for some reason haven't been able to open this thread or a couple individual forums so I hadn't seen this...

I don't work at the shipyard, haven't ever set foot inside the gate. To understand the reference, Google "Portsmouth USS Miami". ;)
Dan Felix
Joined Aug 24, 2012
30 points
Jan 21, 2013
from your list, San Diego. Enjoy 71-75 degree weather ALL YEAR LONG. World Class climbing destinations 3-6 hr drive from you and a bunch of local climbing within 1-1.5 hr drive. You just have to put up with the traffic and tax of California though. Oh and you got the beach next to you for rest days Jan Tarculas
From Riverside, Ca
Joined Mar 6, 2010
453 points
Jan 21, 2013
Be Esperanza wrote:
WA has a short climbing season because it rains a lot. People that live there will tell you otherwise, but they are wrong. It rains a lot, and they basically only have one good trad crag; Index. It rains a lot at Index.

PERFECT logic, listen to the guy that doesn't live there to experience the "massive quantities of rain" that fall there, instead of the locals who actually do know how long the climbing season is there.
From Colorado
Joined Dec 17, 2010
10 points
Site Landlord
Jan 21, 2013
You say relocate for "a few months".

If those months are in Summer, then definitely Bremerton. For the other 9 months of the year, San Diego. Bremerton is a looooong way from dry rock most the year.
Andy Laakmann
From Bend, OR
Joined Jan 1, 2001
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