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There may have been a few moments when Thomas P. Gerrity had second thoughts. This past summer, he was climbing toward the majestic peaks of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming. Some 5,000 feet in the air, he had to crawl on his belly across the face of the mountain, his fingers scrabbling for a grip on the granite. "It was a moment of truth," he says.
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