When the Liverpool Public Library opened its doors Thursday following two days of Storm Stella-forced closure, of course I pulled my iPhone 6s out of my pocket on the short walk through the Village to Nichols for my morning cup of coffee.
The walks and lots had been mostly cleared from the feet of snow that had been dumped upon these blocks.
I could tell that the winds off Onondaga Lake had been as pushy here as they’d been up at A Bitty Better.
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Yes, I’d call it business as usual. And I was back at my desk in a jiffy.
Which is your favorite photo, and why?
6 thoughts on “Around the Library, the Village of Liverpool deals with the March snow”
I like them all, bro Mark, but I’m glad they are yours and not mine! We have been spared snow accumulations so far, but our first sight of snow was last week! Kinda makes me nervous.
Oh boy that reminds of lots of winters that looked like that in Michigan and then Chicago. BRR!!!
BRRR!!! I feel cold just looking at those photos. My favorite is the one with the Welcome sign. There sure is a lot of snow. Those snow piles will be around until May – they are so monstrous
Oh my Terp-looks cold and a mess! At least you know that Spring is coming! Gatorette
i like the one with the plowed street and the village sign welcoming everyone to liverpool. we got off easy their year, and glad that you are up and running again –
Baby steps while walking around the village, not really running, Beth. Not with my balance, anyway. 🙂