Riverside Drive Bridge that crosses the Chenango River. Down Town Binghamton would be to the left of this image. I'd rather show you the images with the water in them than actual Down Town. Your standing on the Washington St. Bridge looking up stream of the Susquehanna River. Confluence Park area. Binghamton and the Washington Street Bridge that crosses over the Susquehanna River. Civil War Monument near the north side of the Washington Street Brides. Vestal Ave by the location of the old MacArthur Elementary School Binghamton's south side.
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An image from today and one from this past summer of Confluence Park in Binghamton NY.
Images of the snow we got back in November at the family farm property. The first image is from the top of the north hill. To the left of this images is a small down hill slopping field that is probably 5 or 6 acores in size that turns into woodlands on the bottom side. Most of the snow we got here this winter amounted to what you see in these images, not much. Maybe 4 to 5 inches at most. Today storm has dropped about 14 inches so far and is not expected to stop for another few hours. I bet the boys can't wait to go to the farm now for slay riding. Image of the south hill. The boys favorite place to go slay riding, tobogganing and tubing. The truck on the top of the hill is my parents. My oldest son Michael-C on the right giving sown boarding a try. along with my refuel Patrick. They don't make it for far on any of they're try's this day with out falling down after twenty feet or a little more. They had fun though.