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Apr 24, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Glass Menagerie, Looking Glass NC
Howdy y'all!

My name is Sam and I'm 24 and looking to room with somebody in Flagsaff this August. I'm about to finish up paramedic school and move from Alabama to the west. I'm clean and responsible and take my climbing and work seriously. I'm from the south but I'm not a redneck and am looking to find a community of loving, open minded, and motivated individuals. Hoping Flagstaff is that place.
Sam Latone
From Chattanooga, TN
Joined Dec 9, 2012
42 points
Apr 27, 2013
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Hey Sam,

I'll be moving to Flag this summer too. Not sure what the living situation will be though. Hope to see you out and about.

From Ouray, CO
Joined Nov 23, 2011
119 points
Apr 27, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Following up a new route out in the Mojave Desert....
Both of you guys,

I am currently living in Flagstaff-- my lease is up July 1st-. I hate my location and my roommates love it. I'm going to be lookin to find a place close to downtown and a couple new roommates.

PM me if this could work with either of you guys and you want to start looking.
Davis Stevenson
From Mountainair, NM
Joined Dec 5, 2010
26 points
Apr 28, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Goliath Summit Shadows
If either of you is going to be here in May, I'm looking for someone to takeover my room. Paul Zander
From Tucson, AZ
Joined Oct 15, 2012
531 points
May 5, 2013
I want in!
I'm moving up to Flag for school and will be looking for a room close to campus starting in August. Anyone down?
From Flagstaff AZ
Joined Dec 2, 2011
18 points

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