The Onondaga Lake Marina comes with a nifty building that’s ready for this upcoming outdoor season, too. I like the newly painted anchors.
My dear wife Karen and I spotted the first big boat in its slip on our stroll past the Onondaga Lake Marina this past Sunday, May 1. We were excited to spot sailboats on the further boat deck as well. Happy May start to this season, we wished to the boat crowd.
Walking around the Onondaga Lake Marina before work, I see the boat slips, the still water and dream of busy months ahead.
I did spy a boat on my pre-work walk down by the lake. Yes, it’s the dinghy that’s always next to the Onondaga Lake Marina no matter the time of year. Almost spring!
My pre-work stroll in the cold and fallen snow finds plenty of solitiude around the Onondaga Lake Marina.
Waiting for warmer time: The iced-over boat berths at our Onondaga Lake Marina seem lined up in perfect winter symmetry.
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.
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 …
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.
The winter sign hanging at the Onondaga Lake Marina makes lots of sense in January. Even without an obviously big ice buildup, I’ll keep my distance.