Richard Foy (
Wed, 10 Jul 1996 21:46:06 GMT

In article <4s0fn5$>,
david l burkhead <> wrote:
> So now you change the claim from tree climbing to rock climbing.
>But note also what those "rock climbing" instructors teach. What they
>teach is more comparable to the "intermediate" and "advanced" swimming
>classes. I don't know many people who have to be taught the basics of
>climbing, the "beginning swimming" type stuff. Yet there are many
>people out there who are simply unable to keep themselves on top of
>the water without training. That simply would not be necessary if
>swimming were "instinctive." Yet with climbing, as someone else has
>pointed out, is something that kids do ubiquitously. From a very
>early age they climb on just about everything. Trees are just one
>more thing to climb.

Did you read Karfen's post about the LaManns birthing classes?

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rest." --Northrup Frye

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