Cherished rescue mutt Ellie B doesn’t spend quite so much time hanging out on her favorite side alcove futon during the yeah-it’s-really-winter cold. But her paw prints prove she goes in and out that door to make her way to the needed beyond.
Our sturdy backyard corner rose bush certainly is waiting for this brisk January weather to call it quits.
I know winter has settled in when I look out our back door and all I can spot are the tracks that cherished rescue mutt Ellie B has made around the perimeter of our pool. No signs of the cover stand out through the snow. And it’s not that it’s too deep, as you can…
Looking along the Onondaga Lake shoreline during my January morning work break walk, I think of how people love it here come spring and summer. And I look forward to the warm feeling.
Hey, I think during my January morning work break walk, the warm weather return of the boats will look pretty good framed between these two trees come the end of May, too. Dream on, I will.
On a clear January morning break walk, one can look to the east down the Onondaga Lake shoreline and appreciate the Syracuse skyline forefront, country hills behind. It’s quite pretty, I think before I head back to the warmth of the library.
Walking at the Onondaga Lake Marina in January, the return of the boats to their warm-weather berths seems awfully far away. I’m rooting for Memorial Day …
I will keep my eyes out for eagles as I walk past the inviting-looking winter-bare trees along the shores of Onondaga Lake. The limbs look perfect for a rest for any eagles hanging around.’
When I think about slippery ice to avoid when I walk along Onondaga Lake Park’s paths, yes, it’s sidewalks and other walkways that can get covered that come first to my mind.
The sign I showed yesterday warned about the thin ice. I knew if I looked hard enough I’d find some building up at the Onondaga Lake Marina. No time for boating or walking out there. I’ll stick to my shore strolls.