Thank you, lake view

On my work breaks, I can no longer take that coveted stroll along the Onondaga Lake Park path with my Liverpool Public Library colleagues. Instead I seek 15 minutes of serenity in my neighborhood. I have the lake down there. It is a peaceful view, thankfully, very much.

Gone but not forgotten

The workers at Onondaga Lake Park did a good job of spiriting away the decorations from Lights on the Lake 2020. A work break walk this week showed that some remnants remain.

And then I saw this sign

I’ve brought you many pretty photographs from Onondaga Lake Park. Yes, I’m a fan of this significant recreational space so close to where I live and work. And so I walk here often. The waters, I know, used to be used as the private dumping bucket for Big Corporate Chemical on the other side of…

Take a rest from that walk

While chronicling activity on the Onondaga Lake Park Shoreline trail as the LPL Walking Club took its paces, I couldn’t help but pull out my iPhone 8 to snap a blog photo of some very busy geese on the grassy slope to the water. One parent, though, found the offspring more ready to rest than…