It was a brisk and blustery autumn day and Mrs. Hotdogman had the day off. We had some errands to run, so we took the convertible out for a spin. It was the type of day for the top down, glass up, and heat on.We took the scenic route for a portion of our journey to check out the muted foliage. The trees aren’t quite as colorful this year due to the dry summer.
This stuff looks real nice until it comes time to rake!
Our travels brought us to the picturesque town of Hopkinton, Massachusetts. The town common just oozes New England charm.
We were getting hungry, so I suggested another charming little place I know in Hopkinton,
I first visited Snappy Dogs back in late July. Since then, these two ladies have built quite a business and a brand name for themselves. They have a large and growing facebook following and their homemade hot dog toppings and desserts are the talk of the town.
I said it was a “brisk and blustery” day. That translates to COLD when the wind blows and you have nowhere to hide! The “open air” design of the Snappy Dog trailer makes it a day for “chilly dogs.”
That’s co-owner Lisa Volpe-Hachey shrieking as a gust of wind chills her buns.
Owner/operators Theresa Boyce and Lisa Volpe-Hachey were making themselves some chicken broth to keep warm when we arrived!