|On 22-Jan-2021 bro E. Wells wrote:
>I think a tongue drum from the local non franchise music store would make
>a nice gift. Nice resonating sound. Or a few music albums like Bob Moulds
>latest one, or maybe Kreator-Gods of Violence, or how about Swiftboi's
>seminal masterpiece 'hectoplasm' , hmmm, oh. Wait. Does this person actually
>climb? Like really? Then there is only one answer. One gift. A theracane.
>Dont even click on this dumb online link. Just go to a physio clinic, and
>get them a theracane. If they dont like it thats even better.
On 26-Jan-2021 tytaylor994 wrote:
>I hadn't even thought about non-climbing gifts, but these are great suggestions
>(lol). Surely all climbers love tongue drums! Bit pricey though.
What price would you put on Nirvana?
I think this is the best post bro EW has given Chocky and Iím interested in attending his next music gig, as heís obviously into it, though Iím not sure if the theracane is for post gig or post climbing recuperation.
Hmm, climbing gear as gifts.
So much to choose from but the trick would be suiting the need and that would vary with the style of climbing said pal is into.
For example, a boulderer wouldnít know one end of an ice tool from the other and I doubt a mountaineer would want a mat above base camp.