We’ll always line up for our spring dogs at Heid’s

When my dear wife Karen recited her wish list for our Saturday to-do list, she finished with a flourish. Our annual spring visit to Liverpool hot dog-and-more stand Heid’s awaited. I did not argue the lunch treat to follow plant-hunting at Ballantyne Gardens nursery (teaser for tomorrow’s post) and the weekly supermarket run (no need…

Up batter!

There are rules that must be followed. Ballplayers of all ages must learn that for orderly games to move on, inning by inning. This might be a little confusing at this field at Onondaga Lake Park.

Where the lake meets the trees

At Onondaga Lake Park, the shoreline has some stately trees. This specimen here embraces my spirits every walk past. It seems to have every angle covered. The felled log even appears to lie in tribute. The monthly Pokemon crowd is now adding to the proud history of the park, and the trees will stand tall…

The procession of baby birds continues

On a recent work break walk, we caught mama bird leading her brood from the street to the sidewalk in our Village of Liverpool street adjacent to the library. Everybody and everything stopped for them. That is my best wish, anyway. Mama decided they’d had enough of sidewalk.

Baby bunny visits our front yard

Karen told me to go to the window with my iPhone 8 very, very quietly. A baby bunny was visiting. So we get the cute little rabbit shot through the screen. I knew I could open the front door and approach or Bugs would hop away. Tiny!