Peter Imhof Andrus

From the Archives, #35110

Mt. Washington is not the highest mountain in the eastern United States.

Even when Fred Harris climbed it in 1913, Mt. Washington was trumped by Mt. Mitchell in North Carolina, by 396 feet.

But it's all relative. The town of Jamaica had a mile of ice over it back when global warming really started, and its land has been slowly rising ever since then.

But let's not get confused by the facts - it must be true; it's in the paper.

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