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Queen Creek????

Last minute thought! Been sitting on my butt today and decided I'd check and see if anyone has the day off tomorrow. We can meet at the Circle K in Superior at 8:30 and then go out to the Pond, Upper Devils, or the Mine. Doesn't really matter where to me as long as we're climbing! If there are no RSVP's submitted, I won't be there! Indicate a preference as to where you'd like to climb when you RSVP!
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  • A former member
    A former member

    Never heard back from anyone. Went to the gym instead.

    November 11, 2010

  • John F.

    We were thinking about hitting up Spinal Tap, but there's a lot of possibilities within minutes in that area.

    November 8, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Changed the date to Wednesday! John, what area of the mine were you planning on climbing?

    November 8, 2010

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