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3/14/08 10:26 A

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Fate is smiling upon me! While walking with another Scottsdale Sparker at Chaparral Park yesterday, I told her I'd really like to try inline skating, but wasn't quite sure how to go about it at my age (60). I live near downtown, so Princess/Hayden is a bit of a drive, but am semi-retired so don't have a whole lot of prior time committments (other than next week which is school spring break and I'm being pressed into child care for the grands). What equipment would I need and is there some place where I could rent until I know if it's something I'll be doing long term? Within the past 2 years I've had 2 total knee replacements and can now do most activities that don't entail a lot of impact.

Great to have you with us!

Carol

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3/14/08 12:14 A

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If anyone is interested or knows of anyone interested in learning to inline skate, I have 15 years experience in ice dance and inline skating that I would be willing to teach. I skate in the parking lot of the Scottsdale Sports Complex on Princess/Hayden.

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