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When my brother19 offered to take me rock climbing out at Ortega Falls I was thrilled to go We left our Dana Point house at about 1000 in the morning and started down the Ortega Highway On the way out we were following a cement truck along the twisting turning road Suddenly my brother cursed under his breath I looked at him surprisingly and asked Whats wrong He started to laugh and slowly took his foot off the accelerator and rhetorically said Were following that cement truck right I nodded Well hes going 85 down this road Luckily we were only about a mile from the turn off so we slowed down to 75 miles an hour When we pulled off the side of the road we were both surprised to find that there were no other cars parked there Normally this turn off was packed with cars with people climbing the Falls Although we were both happy that there was no one else around to interfere there was a lingering feeling of dread that if something went wrong there would nt be anybody else around to help out We both got out of the car and decided to go on down against our better judgement The trail down was a steep runoff ditch about two feet wide surrounded with scrub brush While on the way down I was thinking both about how bad my legs were getting cut from the brush but also about not slipping on the sandy trail The mile long hike downhill was nothing but a warm up for me and my brother who are avid backpackers and trail hikers When we reached the bottom there were signs of past water flow through here during the winter months Then the water would be six feet deep and ten feet wide We crossed over the rocky river bed and headed to the intermediate climbs off to the left Both my brother and
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