For us, our climbing started just like it did for many others.
Not at climbing gyms or outdoor routes, but at the local playparks and climbing frames of our childhood.
We consider what we do to be nothing more than an evolution of that. It’s not that we took up climbing in adulthood, it’s that we never quite dropped it. We were always climbers before we even knew it, and that childlike sense of adventure in us has never left our hearts.
That’s me on the left. I’m James Anderson.
I picked up climbing after Jamie introduced me to it. Since then, there’s been no going back.
I mean, I didn’t even know climbing was a thing back then. I was like, “Wait, there’s places where you can go and just climb stuff for the sake of it? Sounds like fun!”
Him on the right? Yeah, that’s Jamie. Jamie Taylor.
He’s a climbing machine. Literally nothing comes between him and his climbing.
I think he practically lives on climbing routes now. These days you’ll see up in the air more often than on the ground, hanging from one rock or another.
The only explanation would be that he’s evolved to a higher lifeform. He has adapted to his vertical, rocky habitat in ways which are far beyond our levels of understanding.
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