it's Friiiiiiidaaaaaayyyyyyy

Hats off to Olympic Torch Run organizer Rick Roberts. The run was fun and I think people at least got a chuckle out of it. Rick out a lot of effort into getting that fun diversion off the ground and got some of us a little more into the Olympic spirit. I’m actually looking forward to the Beijing Games now, although the summer games usually take a backseat to the winter games for me.

 

 

 

 

Good to see the “herd” back on Quaker/ Main Street. Hector Norton vowed to get them back out there after vandals trashed the quirky little roadside art project and the cows have come home to roost…wait a minute, something’s not quite right there.

 

 

 

Look for the Haynes House 1960 Studebaker Lark in Hudson Falls at the Classic Car Cruise In held each week during the summer in front of Ginny Rae’s Diner. Crystal Everdyke said the cruise in takes place weekly during the summer on Dix Ave next to Sutherland Farms feed store.  Tickets will be available until the drawing at the Haynes House Music Festival Aug. 2, where the drawing will take place. You do not need to be present to win.

Bring your puppy to the park or your old or middle-aged dog for that matter. I don’t have a dog and can’t have one in my apartment so I’m a big fan of other people’s dog’s. I’m looking forward to meeting a lot of new four-legged friends in the A.M.

Combined with the art in the park thing, should be fun.

Well, here’s hoping it’s not to hot to play golf out there.

Cheers, have a good weekend.

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