What are playsets, boats and big porches, Alex?

On one of our after-work walks around A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville, Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I picked a new street this past week.

And this stretch of houses offered my cherished rescue mutt and I some different perspectives on our new neighbors.

Where are the participants?

Ellie B was sad that the kiddies were not out front with this big playset ready for some warm weather. I noticed the boat on the side ready for even more of a warm-up.

Whatever floats your boat.

I must remember that we are just two miles away from the landing at Onondaga Lake Park. Yes, this block sported several boats.

Now that’s a dance floor.

One house went for a big front porch. Party-sized, I told Ellie B. She did a little prance for me. OK, we’all move on.

Take a sit.

This nice house had a smaller porch, but it was still a beauty. They can sit out and admire the big boat in the driveway next door!

Have you ever had a big front porch for, say, a nice rocking chair? Are you a fan of going out on a personal-sized boat?

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8 thoughts on “What are playsets, boats and big porches, Alex?

  1. I have a big back deck for our porch that we relax on. We have an itty bitty front porch but we are at the end of the cul-de-sac. We don’t see much except for Fedex and UPS always using our cul-de-sac as a turn-around. And YES to boats, any size! Ours is a 14-foot Alaskan Smokercraft.

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