Adirondacks


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Noun1.Adirondacks - a mountain range in northeastern New York StateAdirondacks - a mountain range in northeastern New York State; a popular resort area
Empire State, New York State, NY, New York - a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies
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Florida, Adirondacks, Lakewood, Hot Springs, New York, and round again.
He was roused by the sound of a dinner-horn such as they used to blow at a summer-school he had once attended in the Adirondacks.
His wife reported him missing, which prompted a week-long search including 250 people, helicopters, drones, K-9's units combing the Adirondacks.
AsRBR+TVBRhas reported, Ted Morgan's Saranac Lake Radio is selling off all of its broadcast interests and is exiting the business following a succession of financial difficulties tied to the AMs and FMs located in the Adirondacks of Upstate New York.
I narrowed the game's creation myth down to a couple of possibilities: That ga-ga either started in Israel at some undetermined time, or at an Adirondacks summer camp in the 1950s, where it was known as "Crosleyball.
Cuomo today announced $750,000 in grants to communities in the central Adirondacks region to capitalize on the economic and recreational opportunities from the recently protected Boreas Ponds tract and surrounding forests.
In addition, the Governor and regional partners in North Hudson announced a master plan for a new "Gateway to the Adirondacks," a world-class recreation and tourism hub that will attract people looking to experience all the wonders of the Adirondacks (for more, see pg.
Murray (Adirondack Murray), and his advocacy of the Adirondacks and outdoor life.
During this era, thousands of New Yorkers escaped the city to find themselves in the wilderness of the Adirondacks.
I must admit that I have had a love affair with the Adirondacks since early childhood.
This time, she finds herself at the Armington family retreat nestled in the Adirondacks.
The Adirondacks, a six-million-acre park made up of public and private lands, is as big as the state of Vermont, and the protections given to its woods are some of the most stringent in the world.