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foolry


Feb 16, 2004, 6:23 PM
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Advice on semi permanent J-tree area accomodations  (North_America: United_States: California: Joshua_Tree_National_Park: _Joshua_Tree_National_Park_Overview_)
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So here's the situation. A climbing buddy of mine and I have been living in Yosemite since the beggining of summer and have decided to take an extended vacation to J-tree (to escape this infernal weather we've been having recently). We'll probably be hanging around down there from the end of Feb through Apr. or May and we were wondering if anyone has any suggestions as to where we could find shelter.

Any info or advice anyone could offer woudl be hugely apprectiated. And if anyone needs extra climbing partners that would be cool too.

Thomas


fyreflii


Feb 16, 2004, 8:07 PM
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Are you planning to work while in town? If so, there shouldn't be a problem finding an apartment or roommate situation. Temps are chilly at night (38 last time I drove by the bank in 29 Palms) so camping wouldn't be ideal.

I can hook you up with a partner-less climber who knows the park pretty well. PM rjtrials, he's probably up for it anytime during the week.


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