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6 Reasons why you should drop everything and climb a tree by Vanessa Runs Facebook Posted Tue 19 Jul 2011 8:00am Earlier this month my friend Chris initiated an online challenge. Simple but powerful: Climb a tree. I was thrilled to read it because I’ve been climbing trees during my runs for some time now. And I’ve found the rewards to be significant. Here are my top 6 reasons for climbing trees. Often we spend all day trapped in a dis ... Read on »
As a child I climbed the trees n... by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 7:48pm As a child I climbed the trees near my Hudson Valley home barefoot and half-naked. My favorites to clamber up were the evergreens, especially pines, which grew tallest in the second-growth forest that surrounded my home. I would hold on tight, as high up as I could climb and sway with the tree. Above the deciduous treetops there was almost ... Read on »
Advent Calendar 17 December: climbing trees by Sarah Reed Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 17 Dec 2010 3:00am I was very fond of a large holly tree in our garden. Its prickles were very aggressive  but there were lots of branches, so it was easy to climb and below it there was lots of dense undergrowth for hiding from and spying on people. Not that anyone but the gardener went by. His name was Mr Moon and my sister and I locked him in the out ... Read on »
Climbing Trees by StrandedMom Posted Tue 29 Nov 2011 11:40am Blog readers probably have seen our love of nature, especially perching ourselves on trees, expressed in various posts over the years. Khaled was whining a lot in the park yesterday about it being cold, and kept asking to go to the beach. Although it was 9 degrees Celsius yesterday, I figured that's still warmer than -9 degrees Celsius, but st ... Read on »
How to Climb a Tree: A Tutorial by Lisa .. Posted Wed 03 Apr 2013 6:00am A) Wear appropriate climbing gear. In this case, pink sparkle shoes did the trick. B) Swing leg over lowest branch.   C) Push into upright position. D) Plant legs on branch and find balance. E) Advance to next branch. Turn and smile at camera. F) Keep climbing.   G) And climbing.   H) And climbing.   I) Go ju ... Read on »
Cool Trees to Climb On by Brett .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Oct 2009 11:00pm Arizona decidedly is not the best place to climb trees. Weak limbs and sharp thorns are not the best combination. The campground we chose has one of the finest collection of wind-swept climbing trees I have ever seen. The trees also kept the campground cool in the heat and the ground dry in the rain. Read on »
A Simple and Delicious Indian Dinner--Cook the Books: "Climbing The Mango Trees" by DebinHawaii Posted Tue 21 Sep 2010 6:00pm I love being a part of Cook The Books , the bi-monthly virtual foodie book club I am lucky enough to co-host with Rachel, The Crispy Cook and Johanna of Food Junkie not Junk Food and not just for the fact that I love both books and food, and especially books that involve food. It also pushes me to finally read the many food-related books ... Read on »
Tree Climbing by Lily's Dad Patient Expert Posted Sat 31 Jul 2010 12:00am Lily has been doing a lot of tree climbing lately.  I would say we are not "tree climbers" normally.  We've been accused of being "tree huggers" before, but even this label is not totally accurate.  Tonight we went for ice cream and then a walk around the beautiful Nebraska Statewide Arboretum.  We were talking about all the tree ... Read on »
Climbing the DrugTree by f1000 Posted Mon 18 Apr 2011 9:22am Drug discovery isn’t getting any easier. Development of new pharmaceuticals–and improvement of existing ones–is a time-consuming and expensive process. Therefore, maximizing benefits–and reducing side effects–from compounds that already have known medicinal, or proto-medicinal, properties is an attractive option. Katherine Herbert and Nina ... Read on »
What If I Fail? The Trees I Cannot Climb by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 03 May 2012 8:49am Jelly Bean’s first attempt at tree climbing. What she lacks in technique, she makes up for in screaming! “I DO IT!” has been Jelly Bean’s mantra of late. In classic two-year-old form she insists on doing everything herself, with varying degrees of success. Watching her attempt buttons, buckles and seatbelts is a lesson in tenaci ... Read on »