The Onondaga Lake Park marina looks beautiful this time of spring. It also looks ready for the fleet of boats that will come in, vessel by vessel. My safe walks await their arrival.
My eyes spy one lonely rowboat on dry land adjacent to the empty Onondaga Lake Marina. A prop, I wonder, as I complete my safe walk during a work break, or there in case somebody needs it for an emergency. Hope not for the second, ever.
As I walk along the Onondaga Lake Park trail and pass the lonely marina, I wonder where the boats that make this spot bustle during the summer spend these months? They all have a tale to tell under different covers, says my imagination.
As we head into August, it’s satisfying to note that this boat season at the Onondaga Lake Marina remains afloat. After such a slow start because of the virus crisis, the owners who have brought their boats seem committed. The weather has brought plenty of boat days, that’s for sure. Hot, hot, hot.
After a month of staying away because of a fear of crowds, my dear wife Karen and I took the chance to take our self-care walk to the trails of Onondaga Lake Park. We chose Easter Sunday, thinking the special day may have brought less folks to the big park a couple miles from our…
When it was warm enough to take my work break walks past the Onondaga Lake Marina, It was still warm enough to take a small boat out on the water. I counted three small vessels holding out. The Fihal Three!
Cheers to beautiful September days with a gorgeous sky to set off the still-occupied Onondaga Lake Marina.
Out beyond the marina lies a sailboat, enjoying the season. I do catch much on my walks, appreciating what others are enjoying so close to my workplace at the library.
Yes, the slips are full at the Onondaga Lake Marina. This makes for such pretty walks.
Onondaga Lake Marina boat update: More and more are in. There are still some open slips, though.