Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: photo finish, cider donuts, a bloody ambush, Swinburne, eating through the State Fair, seriously good sandwiches, Siro's, Octoberfest beer, ice cream, a stubby bottle bonanza, sheep, geese on leashes, ballroom dancing, and dogs.
Chuck took some fun race photos at The Track -- they look like "photo finish" images.
Daniel is organizing this year's Tour de Cider Donut -- it will be north of the Mohawk.
Paula recounted a bloody ambush in Lincoln Park -- almost four centuries ago.
At the State Fair, Rob "resolved to eat my way from one end of the sprawling fairgrounds to the other."
Steve says the sandwiches at the new Nosh deli in Guilderland are "seriously good."
Scott says the new Hungry Fish location -- in Troy -- is "as good as ever."
Jerry surveyed the scene at Siro's.
Kayla on Albany's Pine Hills neighborhood: "WHERE IS THE ICE CREAM??" (This is a question we often ask ourselves, whatever neighborhood we're in.)
Randal had some special Octoberfest beer at Mahar's.
Mr. Dave hit the "stubby bottle bonanza" at Oliver's.
The Idiots say they witnessed the rebirth of rock and roll in Saratoga.
Jackie visited a sheep farm/yarn store in Saratoga County.
Jen saw geese (and a goat) on leashes at Indian Ladder.
SkidmoreUnofficial pulled together a list of "Things That Didn't Exist When You Left Three Months Ago But Now Do" in Saratoga.
One of Kristi's readers asked about where to take ballroom dance classes.
The Exiles visited a place called Ooms.
And Laura reflected on one of the things that makes dogs great.
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