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During the few years that I have spent as a canyoneering instructor, I have been able to gather some observations regarding teaching how to tie knots:
Matthew is working professionally guiding canyons in British Columbia Canada. Under the mentorship of Guillaume Coupier (CGI Level 3 Pro Guide), Matthew is helping to
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