Just when I thought I was the only one at Onondaga Lake Park before my work shift at the library, I noticed an early morning walker with their dog way down yonder. Good morning, indeed.
Nobody sits around at Onondaga Lake Park on a nice early April day before 8 a.m. On this particular day, anyway.
I left for my shift at the library early last week so I could take a walk down by the lake. That allowed me to find the sun still playing its hello-Spring-day games with the trees. Good way to get ready for work, I thought.
It’s getting nice enough that somebody will want to get fishing just outside the appointed restrictions, soon enough.
The mounds grew high looking back and up at the Village of Liverpool.
Certain trees look different every time I safe walk past them in Onondaga Lake Park.
During a February work break safe walk I saw one other soul out during a cold not-yet-noon time slot. And a dog. Look down the path …
The sign says so much. Most of the Onondaga Lake proper is frozen over this February, but the marina area still holds some moving waters. In fact, that one area looks like a good, old-fashioned pond on a farm to drop your line. Or maybe I’ve been taking work break safe walks during too cold…
My February work break safe walk led me to the refreshing sight of the sun shining over the Onondaga Lake Park trees and off the frozen-over waters. I had a few seconds to appreciate the view, take a photo, and book on back toward the library.
It took me until a February safe walk to discover what looked like a completely frozen over Onondaga Lake this year. Still, I don’t want to see anybody trying to walk out there. It was so warm during the early parts of winter …