Indoor Rock Climbing And Dinner

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Indoor Rock Climbing And Dinner
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Indoor Rock Climbing And Dinner says
*** Please expand and read this entire invitation ***

Feel free to invite others, but check with me (Jim) before doing so. To keep it fun for everyone, we need to keep the ratio of newbies to those that are certified to belay below a certain point. Otherwise, no one will get to do much climbing.

We will be starting the evening on the left side of the gym, and should be easy to find, but let me (Jim, 404.229.0277) know in advance if you have any questions. I won't have my phone on me while climbing.

We will grab a bite to eat after climbing. The time shown on this invite is "climbing time".

- You will want to wear some long pants, that could take a bit of scraping, have some stretch, and not too wide/loose on the bottom so that you can see your foot placement. Your shirt/top can be short or long sleeved and preferably not too loose, again because of needing to see your foot placement.

- Remove rings and watches, to prevent them from getting scraped on the wall. Also, you may want to wear contacts instead of glasses, although not absolutely essential.

- If you want maximum climbing time you will want to arrive about 20 minutes before the start time of this Facebook invite, so that you can sign the liability waiver and go through orientation.

Cost: $18, which includes gear rental.


Hope to see you there!

Timm, Jaclyn and Jim
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