There’s a spot in northwest New Jersey known, poetically enough, as “High Point,” on account of its being the highest point in New Jersey. It’s pretty, and very easy to get to, since you can drive the whole way up and it’s just a few minutes off I-84 and only about 90 minutes from Manhattan.
At 1803 feet above sea level, New Jersey’s “High Point” would be more than 2000 feet underground in downtown Denver, and something like two miles below the highest peaks of the Rockies nearby.
In both their honors, and in recognition of my having been in both places within the same two-week period in August, this week’s update includes a few more IDs from Denver, plus all four of Clear Channel’s in Northwest New Jersey.
And do please remember, turkeys cannot fly.