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<zoe>
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Is it true that women aren't allowed to climb in the US and why? !!!
 
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<James Causton>
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Reply to post by zoe, on November 23, 2002 at 09:06:52:

NO! It ain't true!! We have some very fine and capable female climbers out here, in fact, I have met female climbers who could out-perform the males!!!!
Someone is feeding you bad info!

James.
 
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<Bob Underwood>
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Reply to post by James Causton, on November 23, 2002 at 09:06:52:

I will back up what James said. I have many fine climbers who are women in my program. Some of them I would not challenge in a speed climb event, even after 35 years (not that I am slowing down at all, of course). If you are interested in getting into the tree care field, drop me an email.

Bob Underwood, MSU-Bottineau
 
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<Charlie>
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Reply to post by James Causton, on November 23, 2002 at 09:06:52:



Kinda silly dont you think?
If you are an asset and like your job I'd welcome you being a part of our team. Interested in finding out first hand? write back
 
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<Deb>
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Reply to post by Charlie, on November 23, 2002 at 22:44:10:


Well, I'm glad to hear THAT, as I'm a "newby" & am still in school & learning. I have been wanting to hear about some other women's stories & if it's very difficult to "fit in" ? Where are you located ?
 
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