What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: waterfalls, signs of spring, Hang Glider Cliff, the Finger Lakes, soft serve, pizza, Sunday supper, a Maine event, an Italian dinner, a breakfast sandwich, an old menu, an 80s flashback, and a famed supplier of pancakes.

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Julie got some good photos of the waterfalls in the Plotterkill Preserve.

Jackie turned her great eye for details to some of the signs of spring.

Chuck made his way out to Hang Glider Cliff.

Jen ran a relay race in the Finger Lakes.

Daniel shared photos and comments from the most recent Tour de Soft Serve. (More tour thoughts from Steve N. and Jon.)

Jon tried the pizza at 9 Miles East Farm.

Zena attended a Sunday Supper at Fin.

Kim checked out the "Maine Event" beer dinner at City Beer Hall.

The Fuj shared some beautiful photos from the Italian Dinner at Peck's Arcade.

R enjoyed the breakfast sandwich at Maybelle's in Catskill.

Steve shared a 1908 menu from the old Keeler's in downtown Albany.

More snippets from Dominic, who's back in the kitchen.

Paula had an 80s flashback.

And Carl explained how his great great great grandmother was a "famed supplier of pancakes."

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