I have noticed that even our cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle has appeared a bit out of sorts at times during the pandemic. My initial thought was that she would love more company with our schedules changing. But, not all the time. She frets with us, I find, keeping her finely tuned…
My terrific daughter and George Three combined my love of a great shirt and a certain baseball squad with a fine Christmas gift this year. So when I pull on this long-sleeved beauty, I’m warm with thoughts that maybe come spring, 2021 can bring the return of our Syracuse Mets. Missing the 2020 season for…
Cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle’s stockpile of toys expanded over the holidays. She had gift bags to open, yes. So when I spy a lone toy she’s doing a morning thing, I wonder if it was taken on the journey because it’s a favorite or because it’s being given a time out.
This bare tree appears to be sad about the empty marina behind it. Ah, January in Onondaga Lake Park.
There was something about the way the white stump was almost completely hiding out behind the bigger gray tree that caught my fancy. The emergence above the creek almost looks like an animal head to me.
Until my dear wife Karen and I dove into <em>I’m Your Woman</em> on Amazon Prime, I’d only encountered the work of Rachel Brosnahan as <em>The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel</em>. Sure, this tense crime drama set in the 1970s lives on the same streaming platform as the fabulous comedy that made Broshanan quite famous and brought her…
The seat looked inviting as part of the overall Onondaga Lake scene, but, no, I did not stop my safe walk to take a load off. Maybe on a warmer day.
I promise to you that I was standing straight up and down when I pulled out my iPhone 8 to take this image. I saw the evergreen leaning to the left and wondered if it was a constant breeze off of Onondaga Lake that made it grow this way.
I walk safely when the weather allows during January in Onondaga Lake Park because I can soak in scenes like this.
The grounds around the Salt Museum in Onondaga Lake Park look tranquil in January, for sure.