Now they relax

I kept my mask on during a recent safe stroll through Onondaga Lake Park. Some folks using the picnic benches … no. The benches were all at least six feet apart.

This is more like it as summer begins

Onondaga Lake Park and its marina are starting to look more like there usual selves. I still keep my mind on alert during my safe strolls, of course. May the true start of summer 2000 usher in some good things.

Table side, but not too close

My recent safe stroll through Onondaga Lake Park discovered the tables have been (re)turned. Walkers and visitors can once again sit for a spell. Keep six feet apart, and keep those masks on, please and thank you.

Placid lake

Some days a safe work break stroll discovers a perfectly still Onondaga Lake. I wonder how it can be this calm while the world churns on.

Follow the directive

Recently pulled into the Onondaga Lake Park Marina: A place that just might make it easier for the owners to stay home these next few months.

A more hopeful sign

On a recent work break stroll from the library, my first turn in from the Village of Liverpool streets found these signs. I follow the safe directions, yes. They mean the park is more officially open as our Central New York regions phases in.

Boats are in

Spotted on a short safe walk this week down to the Onondaga Lake Park Marina. Boats. Less than usual for the first week of June, but … … boats, ready for time out on the water.

Looking kind of busy

Walking back to where I’d parked my car outside the library on Tulip Street after a short, socially distanced stroll at Onondaga Lake Park, I took note that on a Friday morning … … there might have been more hustle and bustle than I had anticipated.