Some people prefer the ride to the top of the roller coaster. The build-up. The anticipation. The climb. Others like the
ride down. Hands in the air. Complete release and relief at the end. I kind of favor the time at the very top. You just
hang there for a millisecond. Just enough time to catch and lose your breath before descending.
Same thing with mountains. Natural roller coasters. Use your legs to climb to the top and you get to linger a lot longer
than any theme park will let you. Absorb the view. Count the mountains. Not of human hands.
Happy birthday Woodrow Wilson Guthrie.