Adirondacks

NOUN
  1. a mountain range in northeastern New York State; a popular resort area
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  • Though the moose are a great icon and tourist attraction of the Adirondacks, Gross notes that too many moose could destroy vegetation and several bird habitats.
  • The unique thing about the Adirondacks is about half the land is owned privately and half is public.
  • One case contained a set of the abrasive materials, the most important of these being garnet, which is found in great quantities in the Adirondacks. New York at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis 1904 Report of the New York State Commission
  • Whether you were riding the streetcar out of town for a day of woods loafing, or taking the train for a two week holiday in the Adirondacks, a takedown rifle was markedly easier to carry.
  • Mount Marcy is the highest mountain in the Adirondacks.
  • Thus the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Adirondacks, the Appalachians, and so on would all have their ridges lined with these monstrosities.
  • Our critter of the month is the closest thing to an Easter Bunny we have, at least in the Adirondacks; it is the varying hare, more commonly known as the snowshoe rabbit. Undefined
  • ‘Before there were settlers in the Adirondacks,’ writes Terrie, ‘there was ownership of the land, usually by downstate speculators’.
  • The Isaac Newton's steam-whistle had sent up the curtain; the overture had followed with strains Der-Frei-schutzy in the Adirondacks, pastoral in the valleys of Vermont and New Hampshire, funebral and andante in the fogs of Mollychunkamug; now it was to end in an allegretto gallopade, and the drama would open. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 59, September, 1862
  • He and his wife had a summer home in the Adirondacks, where in the brief vacations his career permitted him he indulged his admitted fondness for fly-fishing, and for the recreation few people outside his family knew he enjoyed: bird-watching. O: A Presidential Novel
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