Warrensburg natives, Kim and Pam Ladd are working on a book project, Happy Hour in the High Peaks. Currently in the research stage, the pair visit pubs, bars and taverns inside the Blue Line and report their findings here at the Almanack and at their own blog. You can also follow them on Facebook, and Twitter.
Kim and Pam have spent most of their lives in Warren County. Pam has a degree in Computer Science, but her passion is mixology. Kim, is a freelance photographer whose sports images regularly appear in the Adirondack Journal. She has a degree in Advertising Design and lives in Thurman.
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