My dear wife Karen has been attempting to make our backyard pool more comfortable through various means for the last five years. Solar blankets this way and that way. What a pain. We knew the old heater did not work, word of mouth via our very good realtor. This spring she told our reliable pool…
The daffodils have decided it’s been warm enough to come out in front of our house.
Extra work a few days at the library this pay period allowed me to leave an hour early on Friday. When I advanced this news to KP mid-week and suggested a round of golf, he texted back “Big yes.” I made it to Radisson Greens with 12 minutes to spare for our 3:36 tee time.…
Just when I thought I was the only one at Onondaga Lake Park before my work shift at the library, I noticed an early morning walker with their dog way down yonder. Good morning, indeed.
Nobody sits around at Onondaga Lake Park on a nice early April day before 8 a.m. On this particular day, anyway.
The Onondaga Lake Park marina looks beautiful this time of spring. It also looks ready for the fleet of boats that will come in, vessel by vessel. My safe walks await their arrival.
I left for my shift at the library early last week so I could take a walk down by the lake. That allowed me to find the sun still playing its hello-Spring-day games with the trees. Good way to get ready for work, I thought.
It’s getting nice enough that somebody will want to get fishing just outside the appointed restrictions, soon enough.
Cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I caught this sight during a safe walk around the neighborhood this past weekend. Spring brings out the curious side in some, we do declare.
Thank you, Village of Liverpool pet store for continuing your sidewalk sign drive for customers. I agree.
The pavilion in Washington Park is ready for, well, whatever will come when it warms up, I saw during a recent safe walk in the Village of Liverpool.