One of the best things about my job at the Liverpool Public Library is the perfect mix of contemporary and rustic, in architecture, art and patronage.
Plus I never know what I’ll spot during my work days as communications specialist.
I’ve dug the bike racks out the Tulip Street entrance since the start.
Then this week, on my way back from my half-hour routine of munching my from-home sandwich at the picnic table by the Onondaga Lake Park Marina and taking my lap around the surrounding blocks, I spotted the scene above.
Out came my iPhone 6.
I just wish I could have figured out which patron had ridden the bike to unleash the promise of what was within.
In the parking garage beneath the building, meanwhile, it’s old school all the way.
And in case you were wondering, here are the pages you can check out what I’m doing social media work-wise for the library.
YouTube: Liverpool Public Library
Do you remember the days when you rode your bicycle to the library, and if so, how old were you, and what did you do inside? What kind of bike rack did your library have? Did you have to chain-lock your bike, or did it go by the honor system?