[time-nuts] NPR Story I heard this morning

David McGaw n1hac at dartmouth.edu
Mon Nov 3 16:07:03 EST 2014

The highest accessible peak in the Adirondacks I think would be 
Whiteface at 4,867 ft, though that would be by ski lift and not all the 
way to the top.  The highest point accessible by car in the Northeast 
would be Mt. Washington here in New Hampshire at 6288 ft.  Hmm...


On 11/3/14 1:02 PM, Hal Murray wrote:
> xaos at darksmile.net  said:
>> I was planning a similar trip from Astoria Queens, NYC which is sea level,
>> to Adirondack Mountains, upstate New York.
> You will need clocks that are better than Tom's.  :)
> He parked at 5,000 feet.  Do any roads go that high in the Adirondacks?  How
> high can you park?
> What's the efficiency of the generator in a parked car compared to a portable
> generator?  What's the right unit?  kilo-watt-hours per gallon?  How does a
> normal car compare to a hybrid?

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