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My Big Wall

By Paul S. Espinosa “Rain! Rain! Why today?” I cursed to myself. It was June and I was in Yosemite National Park in California, 2,000 feet off the ground. I was climbing El Capitan, a majestic 3,000-foot high, mile-wide granite monolith — one of the most sought after and spectacular rock climbs in the world.

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