THIS IS A NICE CLIMB THAT WILL REQUIRE CLIMBING SKILLS AND USE OF A CLIMBING ROPE AND CLIMBING EQUIPMENT. THE CACHE IS SET AT A NICE HEIGHT AND IN A PLACE THAT SHOULD NOT CAUSE TO MANY PROBLEMS. THE CACHE WILL BE EASY TO SPOT AT CERTAIN TIMES OF THE YEAR AND IS SECURELY FASTENED TO THE TREE.
YOU HAVE A FEW CHOICES. SINGLE ROPE OR DOUBLE, THE CHOICE IS YOURS. ALWAYS CLIMB SAFE AND BE SENSIBLE. DO NOT TAKE RISKS ITS JUST NOT WORTH IT. BE SAFE CLIMB AND ENJOY. IF YOU ARE ENSURE ALWAYS SEEK ADVICE. FEEL FREE TO ADD PHOTOS OF THE CLIMB OF ONE OF YOU WITH A BIG SMILE AT THE CACHE.
AGAIN PLEASE BE CAREFUL AND REMEMBER. CHECK YOUR ANCHOR POINTS, CHECK YOUR KNOTS AND THAT YOUR KIT IS SET UP CORRECTLY THEN CHECK IT AGAIN. THEN YOU CAN CLIMB AND ENJOY.
NEITHER MYSELF OR GROUNDSPEAK TAKE RESPONSIBILITY ON YOU TAKING THE CLIMB, AFTER ALL JUST BECAUSE A CACHE IS THEIR IT DOES NOT MEAN YOU HAVE TO GET IT. YOU KNOW YOUR OWN ABILITIES SO DONT TAKE RISKS.
I LOVE A TREE
When I pass to my reward.
Whatever that may be,
I'd like my friends to think of me
As one who loved a tree.
I may not have a statesman's poise
Nor thrill a throng with speech
But I may benefit mankind
If I set out a beech.
If I transport a sapling oak
To rear its mighty head
Twill make for them a childhood shrine,
That will not soon decay.
Of if I plant a tree with fruit,
On which the birds may feed,
Then I have fostered feathered friends
And that's a worthy deed.
For winter when the days grow short
And spirits may run low
I'd plant a pine upon the scape
T'would lend a cheery glow.
I'd like a tree to mark the spot
Where I am laid to rest
For that would be the epitaph
That I would like the best.
Tho it's not carved upon a stone
For those who come to see
But friends would know that resting there
Is he, who loved a tree
-- Samuel N. Baxter