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Still on subject of airports, I took these last weekend. The second shot was taken from the same spot as the first, and shows the town that gives the airport its name (the airport is technically in a other borough, so I will accept either name for the location)
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North Appalachia. Way north of Tennessee. The only Bristol I’ve been to has pebbly beaches, a quirky palace and dreadful weather. Not Bristol.
 

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Here’s a picture that overlooks South __, the borough on the other side of ___, the city that lends its name to the regional airport.
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If you need to get your bearings, this could help…

(I’m sure there’s a decent brewery less than 125 mi away)

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Williamsport it is. I admit I did not have a particularly compelling reason to spend a couple of hours there, and the pictures do look like they could have been taken anywhere in WV, central PA or elsewhere. That said, I couldn't distinguish a promenade in Central Park from any formal big city park. You're up @DBhomebrew
 

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It is an I-** and many, even locals, think the mountains in question are indeed Appalachian. This is a foothill to the higher peaks further west.
 

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Calling it for @dirkomatic

Looking south along I-87 as it makes its way around the rock and ice climbing face of Poke-O-Moonshine.

Until you said "many, even locals, think the mountains in question are indeed Appalachian." I, too, believed that the Poconos, Catskills, and Adirondacks were all part of the Appalachians.
Here's another tidbit for you in the other direction. Cape Cod and Long Island. Same geological formation!

ETA: I believe the Poconos and Catskills are Appalachian. Adirondacks are not.
 
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Calling it for @dirkomatic

Looking south along I-87 as it makes its way around the rock and ice climbing face of Poke-O-Moonshine.



Here's another tidbit for you in the other direction. Cape Cod and Long Island. Same geological formation!

ETA: I believe the Poconos and Catskills are Appalachian. Adirondacks are not.
According to this wikipedia page(Adirondack Mountains - Wikipedia), they aren't... That's where I got my info. Although, wikipedia has been wrong before.
 

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No question, that's Frank Lloyd Wright. Monona Terrace, Madison, WI.

Also, Olbrich Botanical Gardens.

ETA: 1000th message on HBT!
 
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