The event went well and we even got some press
. What the event lacked in numbers it made up for in enthusiasm. The major sponsor was the New Hampshire Electrical Cooperative and there were a number of solar power vendors exhibiting their wares at the event. The EVs represented included Leafs, Volts, Tesla S, Smart-E, and my Fisker Karma. There were also a number of Electrical Motorcycles and Ebikes. Since the event was not limited to Electrical Cars, there were also a number of Bio-Diesel vehicles. There were also two purpose-built Electric Race vehicles.
As part of the events, we drove up Mount Washington on an 8-mile twisting road that goes up 5000+ feet in elevation. Everyone made it up, including the Ebikes (eventually).
Here are the cars all lined up at the summit:
Both at the summit, and back at the base, the Fisker drew a lot of attention because it was the only one at the event, and a lot of people seemed to be very interested in it and in the fortunes of the company.
My personal favorite vehicle was this one:
I just loved the optimism of the design.
I really enjoyed visiting this part of New Hampshire. The drive there and back was absolutely beautiful, and it reminded me what a comfortable and pleasant environment a Karma provides for a long trip.
This is a much mode modest gathering than any I have attended in California, but it's a start and things can only get better from here.