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Greetings. My age well exceeds 6 decades. However, I continue to climb trees both here on my property as well as during my travels around the U.S. My neighbors tend to think of me as rather eccentric, if not downright mad, for passing leisure hours aloft. I find tree-climbing exhilarating. Climbing aloft with a small hammock and having a bit of a nap is my idea of paradise.
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hello from mississippi
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There is, nevertheless, a certain respect and a general duty of humanity that ties us, not only to beasts that have life and sense, but even to trees and plants. -- Michael Eyquem, seigneur de Montaigne
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TCI follows and advocates for ethics and practices which show our love for the natural world and the plants and animals which inhabit it. These include "Leave No Trace" principles, responsible and considerate use of public areas, and care of the trees we climb.