There is a worker keeping safe distance on that orange lift at Onondaga Lake Park. Once it goes up, it will be a lot more than six feet away from any walkers or bike riders.
Sometimes a scene looks just right.
Sometimes it’s so pretty at Onondaga Lake Park that it’s hard to remember if the leaves are coming or going. I’m happy enough to remember which direction I need to take to get to my destination.
A visit to Onondaga Lake Park’s east side yielded the reminder for an event set up to keep special young ones in our thoughts. It was sobering to see so many hanging placards with names and faces of children who are missing. May their loved one find some measure of peace in the thought that…
The season has changed. Temperatures have dipped. It’s good to see that park people still want us to keep our walks safe, both on the Willow Bay end and over on the east end of Onondaga Lake Park, too.
Yes, they are getting ready for the annual Lights on the Lake display at Onondaga Lake Park during our virus year of 2020. This chap is already standing post near Willow Bay. On the east end near the Wegmans Playground, meanwhile, these await a good spreading out. This does make me wonder if they will…
On a visit to Onondaga Lake Park with the kids, Elisabeth and Mason came upon a cool painted rock nestled with the natural stones on the shoreline. My talented daughter, of course, had one of her painted rocks in her backpack to trade. The MO. She picks up the rock and puts down her creation…
Sometimes it’s interesting to note the spots the birds choose to hang out around Onondaga Lake Park. I don’t know what, if anything, does or does not spill out of that big, round conduit at the shoreline.
A safe visit to Onondaga Lake Park revealed this low, wide Rose of Sharon. It strikes quite a different stance than the tall version in front of our house. Hmmmmmm.
A safe visit to Onondaga Lake Park found the bocce courts had attracted a match. They looked like they were having fun, not minding their masks at all.