After our whirlwind Mid-Atlantic highpointing trip the day before, we decided we would be remiss not to tag Delaware’s state highpoint while we were in the area. So took Fawn and headed over to the impressive(ly named) Ebright Azimuth, a proud 448 ft above sea level. Situated at the entrance to a subdivision, one might not even realized it is a hill at all. But the Delaware Geological Survey has assured us that it does rise (slightly) above the surrounding landscape. We suppose you can’t ask too much of the second-lowest state highpoint.