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The Adirondack is a passenger train operated daily by Amtrak between New York City and Montreal. The trip takes approximately 11 hours to cover a published distance of 381 miles, traveling through the scenic Hudson Valley and the Adirondack Mountains. The Adirondack operates as train 68 towards New York, and as 69 from New York to Montreal.
"Adirondack" is a 2013 Telly Award winning film.
- country: United States of America
- director: Carlo Treviso
Adirondack is the nickname for Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's first target rock. Scientists chose Adirondack to be Spirit's first target rock after considering another, called Sashimi, that would have been a shorter, straight-ahead drive. Spirit traversed the sandy martian terrain at Gusev Crater to arrive in front of this football-sized rock on January 18, 2004, just three days after it successfully rolled off the lander.
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by Stacy S. Kowtko
Adirondack is a mosaic of public land and privately owned land, which adds to the ...
by Mary Orvis Marbury
The Adirondack is a fly that has been used for many years in the waters of northern New York, orthe Adirondack region; hence its name. In some of the lakes and streams of the wilder portions of.
Clear Pond (1991)
The Reconstruction of a Life by Roger Mitchell
Adirondack is a tiny village on the east side of Schroon Lake, across from Pottersville and the Village of Schroon Lake and all the traffic that passes through them, or used to pass through them, on Route 9- Route 9 hasn't moved, but in this stretch of the trough dug for travel between Albany and Montreal, the Northway- — free, divided, and four lanes wide — is ...
(including Alaska) by Mary Grace Wilmarth
” Adirondack gneiss. Pre-Cambrian: Northeastern New York (Adirondack region).
" Adirondack gneiss. Pre-Cambrian : Northeastern New York (Adirondack region).
As the largest and oldest protected area in North America that includes a permanent human population, the Adirondack Park of New York (United States), is an experiment in conservation that began nearly a century before the US Wilderness Act became law. In 1885, the establishment of the NY State Forest Preserve on over 600,000 acres of rugged mountainous terrain sought to redress damages to vital waterways, especially the Hudson River, resulting from intensive forest ...
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New York ns cover the northThe Adirondack Mountai ern part of New York State. Few places in the United States rival New York State in terms of population, culture, and economic importance. Only the states of California and Texas have larger populations. New York City—with more than 8 million people—is the country's largest city. New York State's economic production is higher than that of most of the world's countries. New York was one of the original 13 colonies. The colony was ...
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- Adirondack Afternoon
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- Adirondack Highway
Somewhere near Wells, NY.
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- Adirondack Northway
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- Adirondack Chair
In Sepia at Wyken
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- Adirondack winter mountain biking
Biking in the Lake Champlain region of the Adirondacks in January.
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