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Joanne Robinson, of Southampton, hangs out with Skipper (Credit: Ursula Moore)

Joanne Robinson, of Southampton, hangs out with Skipper and Babee during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Fun on the North Fork 2011

Wineries, farms, waterfront dining: There's something for everybody on Long Island's North Fork. Check out how people have been passing the time. You may find something you want to indulge in. Share your photos of Long Island's North Fork.

Last Chance Animal Rescue Director of Adoption Program
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Director of Adoption Program Barbara Schiano shows off Ronald, a 1-year-old Carolina mix, during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Joanne Robinson, of Southampton, hangs out with Skipper
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Joanne Robinson, of Southampton, hangs out with Skipper and Babee during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Volunteer Barrie Silver, of
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Volunteer Barrie Silver, of Shelter Island, spends time with Freckles, 1-year old terrier lab mix, during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

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Last Chance Animal Rescue Sandy Biano, of East
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Sandy Biano, of East Moriches spends time with Gracie, a 1-year old shepherd mix, during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Volunteer Cathy Wolcott spends
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Last Chance Animal Rescue Volunteer Cathy Wolcott spends time with Delilah during Adoption Day at Petco in Riverhead. (Dec. 31, 2011)

Aquebogue couples Ed and Lynn Borella and Joe
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Aquebogue couples Ed and Lynn Borella and Joe and Joyce Fortunato enjoy a glass of wine at the Shinn Estate Vineyards and Farmhouse Wine Tasting and Palm Reading event. (Dec. 30, 2011)

Greenport residents Beth Winkler, Andrew Tyson, Eric Hillesheim
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Greenport residents Beth Winkler, Andrew Tyson, Eric Hillesheim and Jessica Marcasciano enjoy a glass of wine at the Shinn Estate Vineyards and Farmhouse Wine Tasting and Palm Reading event. (Dec. 30, 2011)

Tasting Room Staff Brie Hart, of Southold, pours
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Tasting Room Staff Brie Hart, of Southold, pours a glass of wine during the Shinn Estate Vineyards and Farmhouse Wine Tasting and Palm Reading event. (Dec. 30, 2011)

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Michelle Clark, of Mattituck, and Rachel Johnson, of
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Michelle Clark, of Mattituck, and Rachel Johnson, of Aquebouge, enjoy a glass of wine at the Shinn Estate Vineyards and Farmhouse Wine Tasting and Palm Reading event. (Dec. 30, 2011)

Caitlin Ruane, 26, of Northport, right, celebrates her
(Credit: T.C. McCarthy)

Caitlin Ruane, 26, of Northport, right, celebrates her birthday at Laurel Lake Vineyards with friends, Christina Scordato, 25, of Hillsdale, N.J. and Jaenelle Hillman, 24, of Oxford, Conn. The three spent the early winter afternoon sampling wines at the north fork vineyard undeterred by the season. (Nov. 19, 2011)

Awards and raffle prizes were presented at the
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Awards and raffle prizes were presented at the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Caesar Silva the top male finisher in the
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Caesar Silva the top male finisher in the over 70 age group displays his achievement at the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Collette Steele had a lot to smile about
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Collette Steele had a lot to smile about after taking first place overall for the woman at the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. She was also a charity raffle winner. (Nov. 05, 2011)

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Even the puppies got to run in the
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Even the puppies got to run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Jonathon Rimpe took first place overall with a
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Jonathon Rimpe took first place overall with a time of 19 minutes and 19 seconds at the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Kids prepare for the Southold Athletic Association 5K
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Kids prepare for the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Over 250 runners and walkers of all ages
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Over 250 runners and walkers of all ages participated in this weekend's Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

This young man receives his medal after completing
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

This young man receives his medal after completing the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

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This young man displays his ribbon for completing
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

This young man displays his ribbon for completing the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Participants run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Participants run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun (Nov. 05, 2011)

The Kids Fun Run took places before the
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

The Kids Fun Run took places before the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Participants run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Participants run in the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun. (Nov. 05, 2011)

Colette Steele crosses the finishes line and takes
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Colette Steele crosses the finishes line and takes first place overall for the women with a time of 21 minutes and 26 seconds during the Southold Athletic Association 5K and Fun Run for Fun.(Nov. 05, 2011)

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A delusional jester is waiting to meet guests
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

A delusional jester is waiting to meet guests at the Harbes Family Farm Middle Earth Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28, 2011)

For some treats before or after visiting the
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

For some treats before or after visiting the Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze, guests stop by the Honeycrisp Cafe. (Oct. 28 2011)

Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze's Great Pumpkin (October
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze's Great Pumpkin (October 28 2011)

Robin Hood welcomes some new arrivals to the
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Robin Hood welcomes some new arrivals to the Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28, 2011)

Maid Marion is startled by a giant spider
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Maid Marion is startled by a giant spider at the Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28 2011)

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The Middle Earth band of mysterious characters at
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

The Middle Earth band of mysterious characters at the Harbes Family Moonlight Maze are ready for guests. (Oct. 28 2011)

Thrills and spirits are around every corner at
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Thrills and spirits are around every corner at the Harbes Family Farm Middle Earth Moonlight Maze.(Oct. 28 2011)

The spirits and adventure await at the Harbes
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

The spirits and adventure await at the Harbes Family Farm Middle Earth Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28 2011)

The spirits of Jake, Dylan, Mark and Carl
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

The spirits of Jake, Dylan, Mark and Carl were drifting all around the Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28, 2011)

Adventurers check out the Harbes Family Farm Middle
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

Adventurers check out the Harbes Family Farm Middle Earth Moonlight Maze. (Oct. 28, 2011)

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The Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze leader Robin
(Credit: JC Cherubini)

The Harbes Family Farm Moonlight Maze leader Robin Hood welcomes guests. (Oct. 28 2011)

John Hill, sales director for Bugatti Automobiles of
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

John Hill, sales director for Bugatti Automobiles of the Americas, drove the 2011 Veyron Grand Sport, the fastest street production car in the world, in the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally. This two-day tour started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

John Hill, sales director for Bugatti Automobiles of
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

John Hill, sales director for Bugatti Automobiles of the Americas, drove the 2011 Veyron Grand Sport, the fastest street production car in the world, in the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally. This two-day tour started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

American Bugatti Club Rally hosts Jane Scott and
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

American Bugatti Club Rally hosts Jane Scott and her husband, Jeff, stand in front of the Veyron Grand Sport, the fastest street production car in the world, at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

Twenty cars participated in the inaugural American Bugatti
(Credit: Photo by Ursula Moore)

Twenty cars participated in the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally, a two-day tour that started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

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A 1930 Type 35B Bugatti was part of
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

A 1930 Type 35B Bugatti was part of the American Bugatti Club Rally, which made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

A 1927 Bentley convertible was part of the
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

A 1927 Bentley convertible was part of the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally, a two-day tour that started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

This 1928 two-door sedan was part of the
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

This 1928 two-door sedan was part of the inaugural American Bugatti Club Rally, a two-day tour that started Friday and made a stop at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. (Oct. 21, 2011)

Joseph W. Brush Jr., of Riverhead in his
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Joseph W. Brush Jr., of Riverhead in his 1910 Brush at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

George Strom, of Shelter Island, sits in his
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

George Strom, of Shelter Island, sits in his 1912 Model T Ford Speedster at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

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Eric Vitale, of Bohemia, sits in his 1908
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Eric Vitale, of Bohemia, sits in his 1908 Reo at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

Fred Ogor, of Shelter Island, sits in his
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Fred Ogor, of Shelter Island, sits in his 1922 Model TT One Ton Truck at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

Scott Bennett, of Southold, poses for a photo
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Scott Bennett, of Southold, poses for a photo in his 1931 Model A Ford Roadster at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

George Luhrs, of Shoreham, poses beside his 1930
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

George Luhrs, of Shoreham, poses beside his 1930 Pontiac Coupe at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

Ron More, of Quogue in middle of his
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Ron More, of Quogue in middle of his 1931 Model A Ford and 1930 Model A Ford Phaeton at the first Pre-World War II Antique Car Show held Saturday on the grounds of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. (Oct. 15, 2011)

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Chloe Shaner, 2, of Brooklyn dresses a scarecrow
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

Chloe Shaner, 2, of Brooklyn dresses a scarecrow using hay during the Horse and Scarecrow Festival at the Hallockville Museum Farm. (Oct. 8, 2011)

June, Jared, 7, and John Behr, of Cutchogue
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

June, Jared, 7, and John Behr, of Cutchogue attend the Horse and Scarecrow Festival at the Hallocksville Museum Farm. Jared is one of the many children who ride ponies through IRIE Therapeutic Horseman Riders. (Oct. 8, 2011)

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