Solid like a rock

Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I have been trying to make the best of the above-freezing move toward better days here in our new Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. We enjoy the new stuff we take in during our post-work walks in the blocks surrounding A Bitty Better. Last week a few neighbors on a…

Life imitates art imitates life

I received the text above from my dear wife Karen. She thought the dog involved looked an awful lot like Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle when she perches herself by the kitchen window of A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville when she hears my car pull into the driveway. I chuckled. Loved…

A springtime tree thing discovered at A Bitty Better

Another month, another discover about A Bitty Better. I opened the door after sunrise this early April in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville to see newly dropped stuff all over the pool cover. I guess the buds from overhanging branches in the flanking yard are shedding something or other. I don’t want Ellie B aka…

This tree’s a hard one to dress up

Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I came across another eccentric tree during a recent stroll around our Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. First we noticed the tree itself. Worse for wear, for sure. Seen better days. Victim of something that led it to a big blade of some sort. Then the face really popped out…

Pink Flamingos dig the February thaw, too

On a stroll around the blocks surrounding A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville, my cherished rescue mutt Ellie B and I encountered some grounded birds. AKA Dogamous Pyle didn’t quite know what to make of these Pink Flamingos. They made me smile. A February smile and fabulous plastic lawn ornaments put out…

Happy dogs at Onondaga Park stay on the leash

Midway through our return leg on our stroll with cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle at Onondaga Lake Park this past glorious Saturday, a woman ran past going the other direction on the inner trail path with her unencumbered dog trailing her. I turned my head and shouted at her. “Leash law!” Indeed.…