Do you remember The Twilight Zone? Many people do, whether they saw it in its original showing on television in the early 1960's (as I did) or in reruns (as folks younger than me did).
I never dreamed I would work in the city where Rod Serling grew up, but I do, and a couple of times a month (at least) I even walk on the street where he lived His childhood home on the West Side of Binghamton is privately owned and not open to the public, but there are many places you can walk and enjoy a nice spring day on streets where Rod Serling no doubt walked many times.
Rod Serling's neighborhood today is part of a historic district - called the Abel Bennett tract.
There is nothing Twilight-Zony about this lovely historic district, named after the first mayor of Binghamton, especially on a sunny spring day like the one we had on Saturday.
And with that, I bid farewell to the bloggers in the Ultimate Blog Challenge. I had a good time, and hope you did too.
My next challenge is the 2013 WordCount Blogathon in June - I hope to see you there.