What's up in the Neighborhood

The NeighborhoodAmong the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the people who say "jump," the top of New York State, helpful people, goat photography, animals at the fair, the Tour de Italian Deli, Dali Mamma, Lake Local, shishito peppers, corn, becoming a restaurant owner, a waypoint, and breaking down.

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Rob reflected on the sorts of people who say, "Let him jump."

Jen hiked to the top of New York State.

Jon pointed out that people on the internet actually can be kind and helpful.

Noted: There is a category for goat photography at the Altamont Fair and Chuck entered a photo in it this year.

Chris saw the animals at the Altamont Fair.

Daniel shared results from the Tour de Italian Deli.

Lorre stopped into the re-opened Dali Mamma.

Ashley checked out the new Lake Local in Saratoga Springs.

Albany Jane sought out shishito peppers.

Steve N. implored us all to eat corn right now.

Silvia shared more thoughts as she becomes a restaurant owner.

Paula pointed out a sign that pointed out that time the first person who drove a motorized vehicle across the country stopped in Albany.

And Amy on breaking down.

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