What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: "cowardice" and compassion, an unusual story, summer trips, tubing, a mission to find blooms, Hoosick Falls, Texas de Brazil, brunch at The Low Beat, Dock Brown's, boneless wings, a veggie burger, BCTC, patience for fall, crowdsourced hydrology, a new home, and that first month.

Amy on "cowardice" and compassion.

Rob noted an unusual story about The Track.

Summer trips:

+ Julie to Toronto and Niagara Falls.

+ Jon to the Carolina coast.

Silvia went tubing on the upper Hudson.

Jackie was on a mission to find two plants in bloom.

Emily wrote a bit about working (and eating) in Hoosick Falls.

Lorre shared some first impressions of Texas de Brazil.

Steve tried the brunch at The Low Beat.

Ashley checked out Dock Brown's on Saratoga Lake.

Jerry stopped into Wings over Albany.

Randal had the veggie burger at The Capital City Gastropub.

The Fuj shared a bunch of pics from this year's Belgium Comes to Cooperstown at Brewery Ommegang.

Daniel urged patience for things fall.

Albaniana participated in crowdsourced hydrology.

Wayfarer Christine is a proud new homeowner.

And Stephanie on the first month of being a new parent.

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