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LookoutPoint Screen Shot 2013-02-22 at 8.00.59 PMI believe we can rule out the Lookout Point as indicated in the Glen map as posted by Reg. While Reg did not state that this Glen Lookout Point was the one where the 2 Friar photo and the Rocky/Happy photo were taken, the shear presence of a place called Lookout Point on a map raised some doubts for me.

 

As can be seen from these photos posted above, Lookout Point is a lookout solely of the Glen itself.

 

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Oh yes, I just realized that there was one bit of information regarding the last two photos I posted. The caption underneath one was Cemetery Hill.

 

Also, I forgot to talk about the original 2 photos I posted on Outlook Point (Dec. 13, 18, 22). In the one with Rocky & Happy the structures have embedded rough stones. The only structure at Padua that would come close would be the old gazebo-like spring (that did not work) just south of the carport. But the structure in the Rocky photo clearly had a bona fide roof and the old spring did not.

 

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IMG_3980RodSeelingIt may seem odd that at this time of year I choose to post something about one of my favorite writers, Rod Serling. But there is a certain synchronicity about this. For one, Rod was born on December 25, 1924, had a summer home in Interlaken, NY, and named the Production Company of the famed Twilight Zone, the Cayuga Productions (named by Rod and Carol Serling after Cayuga Lake).

 

I continually have the pleasure of running into different episodes of his Twilight Zone series on TV. And, if one can put aside the obvious fact or, should I say, inclination to dismiss it as sheer fantasy, the stories ring true of real life moments, not to say real story telling which touches not only the fantasy but the heart. Continue reading The Twilight Zone