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Different levels of hikers
After I quit smoking I wanted, (needed) to get out of the house and get back in shape. Granite Peaks had this "Hiking in the Spring" Class, so I thought I would try it out. Didn't really know what to expect. My social skills have never been that good, and it was a little intimidating to jump into a group of strangers. Although there is a wide variety of people that come to the hiking group, there is one thing we all automatically have in common. We like to Hike.
To say "I had a great time" is just not enough. We hiked through some of the most beautiful parts of Utah's Mountains and Parks. The group is so much fun. All week long I look forward to going hiking with what are now some very close friends.
It took awhile to get my lungs and heart back in shape. One nice thing about Sheryl's hiking group is that there are different levels of hikers. Most days I can keep up with the faster hikers. Maybe not the whole hike, but I try. The other days, I can just kick back and take an easier hike with the rest of the group. Gives you a chance to chat with everyone.
Its been almost a year now since I joined this hiking group, and I can honestly say that this past year has been one of the best years of my life.

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