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    Epic Experience Adult Cancer Survivor Camp video

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      GregP_WN

      Thanks for posting, that's helpful for people to see what it's about.

      over 1 year ago
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      Outlier

      Thank you Greg.

      over 1 year ago
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    Outlier wrote on LiveWithCancer's wall

    Hi LiveWithCancer,

    I couldn’t find where you asked about my Epic Experience trip, so I’ll reply here.

    My adventure camp experience was both challenging and rewarding. I would recommend fellow survivors apply to participate in one of the camps held by Epic Experience.

    I consider it a personal victory that I participated in all activities held during the week. Yet, even if Epic allowed for it, I wouldn’t apply to go on another adventure camp. As for me a week is a long time for my wife and I to be apart.

    You, and any member of WhatNext, feel free to Fb messenger me, or e-mail me at [email redacted] If you’d like specific details of the adventure camp, as well as my experience during the week.

    Glen D. Kirkpatrick

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      Outlier

      For applicants scheduled for a camp Epic will pay for the airfare.

      over 1 year ago
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      LiveWithCancer

      oh!!! I thought I read that the applicant had to pay airfare. That's good news.

      over 1 year ago
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      Outlier

      LiveWithCancer,

      If one cannot afford airfare Epic will cover that cost.

      over 1 year ago
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    Epic Experience adult cancer survivor adventure camp.

    Glen Kirkpatrick

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    Epic Experience adult cancer survivor adventure camp.

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      Outlier

      Photo of the cabin where I, and a young male cancer survivor stayed.

      over 1 year ago
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    Epic Experience adult cancer survivor adventure camp.

    Glen Kirkpatrick

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      LiveWithCancer

      Beautiful setting!!! (I'd have a hard time hiking a mile at that elevation (and maybe any elevation in my current physical shape).

      Lots of big smiles!

      over 1 year ago
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      Outlier

      I opted to join the group for the hike, knowing it would be challenging for me. I hiked slowly with a walking stick. The volunteer nurse hiked with me at my pace. It was wonderful to reach the top of the hill. I chose to ride back to the ranch in the pick-up truck instead of walking back to the lodge. As I had already had a personal victory by hiking up the hill.

      over 1 year ago
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      LiveWithCancer

      That's awesome, Outlier!! I'm not sure my current stamina would be conducive to a lot of activity. I'm going to go to Israel in January with a friend ... I have a lot of prep to do to be in good enough shape to really enjoy myself and not hold anybody back...

      over 1 year ago
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    Epic Experience adult cancer survivor adventure camp.

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      Outlier

      From the lodge I took this shot of the western slope of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado.

      over 1 year ago
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      LiveWithCancer

      Gorgeous

      over 1 year ago