What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: kids and the future, Athens, the emergency vet, Nipper, North Creek, cycling around an island, hiking, mood lifting, apples, how the bread is made, near restaurants, cooking competitions, the Savory Delicatessen, uncertain closing time, ice cream announcements, and a wig where it probably shouldn't have been.

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Theater camp at HVCC got Jon thinking about how the people who are currently kids see the world and the future.

Sandy visited Athens.

Silvia had to take her dog to the emergency vet in Latham after a tricky treat.

Chuck got a look at Nipper's trad door. (Not a euphemism.)

The Bee Balm Gal took the train to North Creek.

Jen cycled around an island in Lake Champlain.

Crystal shared pics from Watkins Glen State Park.

Christine went swimming at Veroony Falls in the Catskills.

Julie went hiking in Manchester, Vermont.

Jackie's mood was lifted by a walk along the Bog Meadow Nature Trail.

Lorre recommended a new book about apples.

Greg K explained how the bread is made for Peck's Arcade.

Dominic bristled at a newcomer's approach to the Saratoga restaurant scene.

Ashley highlighted a trio of new restaurants in/near Saratoga Springs.

Otis was a judge for the Troy Pig Out.

Steve recapped the Coxsackie Cook-Off.

J+R checked out the Savory Delicatessen food truck in Hudson.

Daniel was irked by an uncertain closing time.

Carl recalled "The Most Important Announcement Ever Made By An Ice Cream Manufacturer."

And a wig stuck on Amy's car muffler prompted many reactions.

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