Just finished reading Michael Lang’s book titled “The Road to Woodstock.” Lang was one of the organizers of the 1969 Festival, and his book gave an excellent overview of all the highs (no pun intended) and lows of putting on this iconic event. I had the good fortune to be assigned there as a member of the Dutchess County (NY) Sheriff’s Office, and it was a remarkable experience! In his book Lang focused, primarily, on the work of contracting the bands and the plethora of other services that would be required for a gathering of this magnitude. He also wrote of the crush of people, the traffic, the mud and a number of other things that I remember very well. This was a good read which provided an excellent refresher on some of the details that have faded over the years.