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Chowder Fest

 Saturday was a relatively nice day considering what we've been dealing with so we decided to go the the chowder fest in Saratoga
 We had to park about a mile or more away & this was happening in the park as we walked through...".yes the British are coming"
 It's hard to see in this pic but there were thousands of people there & the lines for chowder were ridiculously long!
 We had Molly with us & she was one of lots of dogs parading around
 We ended up at the city center where we split up & managed to get a couple different kinds to try.
 Oh look there's that dang snow again!
 There were even a couple of pot-belly pigs???
 We stood in line for about 25mins to get kettle was worth every second!
 Saratoga definitely does things right as there are always so many people at whatever they do.
 The victorian houses are so beautiful!
 This is what people around here do in the long, long winter
 Not me.....too cold!


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