Highpointers find great value in lists. I mean, how else do you keep track of the number of state high points you have summited. Highpointers, I surmise, are somewhat compulsive, goal oriented, slightly geeky and fact/trivia-oriented. So not only do we seek high points and keep track of them, but some of us visit county high points or country high points, or even low points, and we make lists of them. We even go for extremes: oldest person, fastest summiting, youngest person, dogs, most in 24 hours. Given this dorkdom, it shouldn’t seem odd that Lisa and I choose to visit the centermost, the nucleus, the hub. The heart. Something on our list of one accomplishment: the geographic center.