I've been hanging around Binghamton, New York this week. It's a nice area - home of Rod Serling, Johnny Hart creator of the BC comic strip, Binghamton University, six antique carousels and the Spiedie. The city is located at the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers.
I had some good homemade pasta at the Little Venice Restaurant. The Little Venice started business 64 years ago in 1946 so you know it has something going for it.
It's about 31 F this morning with some light snow - but it doesn't feel nearly as cold as when it gets to 31 in the Seattle area. I wish I had some more time to explore the area - maybe a visit some spring, summer, or fall when the leaves are changing color.