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Feature Article by Frosty Wooldridge
To lift your spirits, take a bicycle ride into the energy of the mountains. As the great mountaineer John Muir said, "The mountains are calling and I must go." As you climb through the aspen forests of golden leaves in autumn or fresh spring greenery bursting forth, you witness the magic of nature's creative storehouse. You watch the animals crossing the road while hawks soar through yonder pristine skies. Up you climb around dozens of curves. Up you soar into the majestic blue. The farther you ascend into the heavens, the brighter your spirit glows. You fly at the "perfect speed" once defined by Jonathan Livingston Seagull as he gathered his energies toward enlightened flight. You too, on your journey enjoy that perfect speed, not the speed of light, and not the speed of a butterfly—but the perfect speed of living, of simply "being there."
You pedal until you rise above the clouds. You pedal until you lift your heart and mind into a pea
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