I dare think the visitors that day had their run of the place. As spring hits, soon the place will be overrun with people. Advertisements
Go back to the dead of winter on this first day of spring, why don’t we?
In mid-winter, the trails at Onondaga Lake Park surely looked barren. To think that they’d been parading cars this way nightly from Thanksgiving past New Year’s for Lights on the Lake.
Even with the wind blowing and the temperatures well below freezing, I got the urge to run down two blocks from the library during my morning break a few weeks ago. Onondaga Lake was still there! More scenes from what I considered our winter mid-point in the next few days.
It’s been weeks since my work friends and I have taken to the paths of Onondaga Lake Park during either our morning or afternoon breaks. It seems like that’s how long the polar vortex hung over the Village of Liverpool, anyway. Monday, though … The trail at 11 a.m. was, well, packed with happy people.…
On a January work break walk with my colleagues, the loud screeching of crows broke our conversation. Laura declared that in her neighborhood a few blocks away in the Village of Liverpool, that has been signifying the sighting of a fox. And she spotted it, too. Off to the right in the backyard. Out came…
Here’s to our New Year. I hope we all find our best, outside and in.