https://blog.trango.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo_rev.png 0 0 Erica Lineberry https://blog.trango.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo_rev.png Erica Lineberry2013-10-03 06:00:452013-10-03 06:00:45Trango Junior Harness – A Great Option for Kid Crushers!
Got a kiddo chomping at the bit to climb like Mommy and Daddy? One of the first purchases you’ll need to make is a harness. Once a child climbs higher than an adult can reach, a parent is forced to trust that child’s safety equipment over a set of protective, high-reaching arms! Armed with that daunting thought, harness shopping can be overwhelming if you don’t know what to look for! Hopefully this post will clear things up a bit… For the preschool and elementary-aged set, a full-body harness is the only way to go for safety reasons. With shorter legs…Read the rest of this entry →
https://blog.trango.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo_rev.png 0 0 Erica Lineberry https://blog.trango.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/logo_rev.png Erica Lineberry2013-09-05 06:00:452013-09-05 06:00:45Obed, Tennessee Trip Report – 13 Weeks Pregnant
If I had a dollar for every time one of our crew said the word “manky” this weekend, I’d have plenty of money for a nice date-night dinner with the hubs. For those of you that aren’t familiar with this highly technical term, “manky” is generally an accurate descriptor of summer climbing conditions in the Southeast. The rock feels greasy, palms are sweaty, and chalked up holds feel like they are coated in a layer of slimy toothpaste. Not to mention that smothering wet blanket of humidity Mother Nature tosses over your head while hiking in and out of the…Read the rest of this entry →