A couple of years ago, Dave and I were very much into rock climbing. We had memberships at Joe Rockheads Climbing Gym in Toronto, we learned how to lead climb and we spent weekends out at the Niagara Escarpment rock climbing with friends. We loved climbing and even spent time in Thailand climbing in beautiful Ralaigh.
When we started training for the Tour d’Afrique, we gave up climbing. It is hard to focus on too many hobbies and climbing is one of those things that if you don’t go regularly, you really see your skills slide. No problem, we love trying new things.
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