Last Saturday morning Jen and I woke up bright ‘n early and had a really great outing in downtown Saratoga. We started the morning with a pleasant breakfast and some delicious eats (quiche, coffee, apple tarts) at the delectable Mrs. London’s, which was recently featured in USA Today as having “artisan breads (that) have long been among the best in America” and where “everything is done with a spectacular flair for both presentation and flavor.” I agree.
We then walked over to the winter location of the Farmer’s Market (inside the Salvation Army building) to secure some local, farm-fresh eggs, yogurt, and other items. Then it was on to Sloppy Kisses to buy some natural rawhides and other meaty treats for Stella and Happy.
The rest of our morning outings brought us to Wilton, but our handful of visits at downtown Saratoga shops was a really cool experience, which reinforced just how much we enjoy living in our little city in the country.
This morning I ran 10.11 miles in Albany, so my legs feel a bit like Jello right now.