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I haven't climbed a tree in WEEKS!
All the time, at least 45 times a year. I live for bow hunting in October and November
My sister and I used to "mountain climb" a cherry tree in our back yard when we were both about Kindergarten age. Used the claw side of a tack hammer as our pretend ice climbing pick.
Surprised I am still alive. Fell out of a lot of trees as a kid and off a of ropes attached to trees.
Been climbing the family tree for 51 years.
I have climbed many trees in my life. Oak trees, sycamore trees, peach trees, cherry trees, apple trees, persimmon trees, pine trees, and elm trees just to name a few. My mother had a hard time keeping me out of trees as a child. I once climbed a tree so I did not have to eat bread pudding. I loved climbing higher than any of the boys in the neighborhood and carving my initials. I climbed trees with my granddaughter until I was 50+.
When I was a young girl there were several excellent tree climbing trees in our yard, by which I mean ones where the limbs start fairly close to the ground and are spaced just the right distance apart.
I also had a tree house and a swing with a board as a seat.
Yes, but only after they were cut down and made into staircases.
I stay on the ground. They don't call me a flatlander for nuthin. Yah, CW, Janie Dee rocks. Lots of g-force in that one.
Not in about 50 years.
Make like a tree and leavf?
Yes. The mulberry tree was a favorite.
Good luck to Jane Doe, she sounds fun
Yes. I've also been told to "make like a tree and get out of here." more than once.
I always described really hot men as... me wanting to climb them like a tree.
Yah, I'd probably just skin my knee and bruise my shin. Welcome to my world.
I need a new boy and some basketball and some beer.
First, of course. The old mulberry tree was my favorite. We would send Randy's little brother to the top to get the "frosted" berries.
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