Among the topics in this most recent spin around the Capital Region's online neighborhood: the French marquis, 197 River Street, George Washington, store tokens, Smith's, Uncle John's Diner, wings, a disappointing dinner, snowy walks, the debt snowball, and doing our best regardless.
Suzanne continued the story of 197 River Street in Troy, which had a long and colorful history before the 20th century even began.
The Friends of Albany History counted George Washington's visits to Albany.
Chuck shared a bunch of store tokens and currency minted in Albany during the Civil War era.
Zena went to "The Time Warp That Is/Was Smith's of Cohoes" for dinner.
The Traveling Brunchers stopped in at Uncle John's Diner in Cohoes for breakfast.
Daniel issued a declaration of wing excellence.
Dominic had a disappointing dinner at a high-profile restaurant in Hudson.
Jackie took advantage of the briefly snowy weather for some winter nature walks.
Crystal on melting the debt snowball.
And Amy after an odd confrontation in a sandwich shop: "Sometimes I think this is the challenge and calling of life: to witness each other at our worst, and to do our best regardless."
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