What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: Tulip Fest, fire towers, wildflowers, a Jumbuck theft, a bike trailer, donut sliders, lambs on the farm, 15 Church, Albany's Supreme Court justice, and mom.

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Daniel had some thoughts on attending Tulip Fest. Silvia enjoyed Champagne on the Park. And Amy spotted the rebel tulip.

Christine shed her morning grump on a hike to the fire tower on Balsam Lake Mountain.

Jen hiked to the Blue Mountain fire tower in the Adirondacks.

Jackied raced against the fast-moving spring to catch a view of wildflowers.

Chuck investigated a Jumbuck theft.

Randal got a bike trailer and noticed how it changed the way drivers interacted with him on the road.

Zena visited the lambs at Kinderhook Farm in Valatie.

Julie tried the donut sliders at Twin Peaks Coffee and Donuts in Tannersville.

Otis praised 15 Church for having "recalibrated our definition of fine dining" in Saratoga Springs.

Carl shared the stories of Albany's Supreme Court of the United States justice -- and almost-justice.

It was emphasized at Thacher Park that Rob's dogs are mammals.

And Stephanie reflected on the restorative power of a visit from mom.

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The Bethlehem YMCA in Delmar has Adult Roller Hockey Leauges, as well as FREE pick up indoor Futsal (soccer) for Y members and $5 for the general public. Come check us out, you'll be glad you did!!!

tvonronne@cdymca.org

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