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Lindy

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just won this:)
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Climbing wall for my daughter's 3rd birthday so pretty close stu_. Ian, if only my life was so interesting and I didn't have a knackered back or a little girl who could interrupt proceedings! These cost500+ New and I got it for 150 so bit chuffed. Also bought a hybrid bike from the same folk. Haven't had a bike in 20 years.
 

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It's a step2 skyward summit climbing wall and bigger than it looks in the photo. Gonna be fun getting it in the car...
 

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If you haven't had a bike in 20 yrs your gonna love today's roads on a hybrid with a sore back:) climbing wall is cool as mind:) wish I'd seen one of those when ours were littler.
 

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Ha, I can find a reason not to do any of the things I used to do but if I don't do something I'm going to go mental! The bike has front suspension as I didn't like the hard shocks going up my wrists when cycling in france in the summer. I'm hoping if I start gently and build up my back won't be too bad. Husband is an osteopath so he has to fix whatever I damage:) Its still less punishing, cheaper and safer than horses.
 
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Ha, I can find a reason not to do any of the things I used to do but if I don't do something I'm going to go mental! The bike has front suspension as I didn't like the hard shocks going up my wrists when cycling in france in the summer. I'm hoping if I start gently and build up my back won't be too bad. Husband is an osteopath so he has to fix whatever I damage:) Its still less punishing, cheaper and safer than horses.


Ahh.. Give it a couple of weeks and you'll be doing this:

 

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I once took a wrong turn when skiing and found myself on a black run. Took me ages to climb down:oops:
 

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Finally got this thing put together.
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Aw, I pictured you being a little bit bigger than that lindy.you go carefull up there.:D it looks a good bit of kit, nice to for the kids to get back into the garden. Got our first load of washing on the line the other day.:) come on summer.
 

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It is solid. I had to climb up the top and jump up and down to force the top panels in place but I wasn't heavy enough so had to get the husband out!

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