Sitting on Top of the World

T. Coraghessan Boyle

People would ask her what it was like. She’d watch them from her tower as they weaved along the trail in their baseball caps and day packs, their shorts, hiking boots and sneakers. The brave ones would mount the 150 wooden steps hammered into the face of the mountain to stand at the high-flown rai…


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