They won’t stay like this forever on the shore of Onondaga Lake.
I do like standing there alone and looking out over Onondaga Lake. Still.
I know. Your turf. I didn’t overstay my socially distanced stroll at Onondaga Lake Park.
The bench can be overturned and something can be plugged into that cord at Onondaga Lake Park.
It’s not yet those precious 15 minutes taking a break from work at the library, but approaching Onondaga Lake Park from Tulip Street in the Village of Liverpool still makes me happier than I was a moment previously.
I could take a stroll and dodge the wet, yes. But I sure have had enough of the April showers, snow and rain. Walking socially distanced will be more pleasant when it’s dryer and warmer, I imagine.
A quick stroll from the Village of Liverpool to the Onondaga Lake Park marina area this past week yielded no boats docked. Yet. I did, however, spot the obvious signs of two boat owners who’d gone out for some time on the lake. I looked on the water but did not see them. We are…