Blue skies with a bit of lingering snow caught for contrast. Advertisements
Taking the afternoon break walk from the library with two of my co-workers Monday, we spied what we’d been looking for right when the marina moorings of Onondaga Lake came into view. The first boat of this spring was tied up in its slip. It was the only one on the water. For now.
I snuck down closer to the lake after I bought my morning cup of coffee at Nichols earlier this week. No boats yet at the marina. But it sure looks like their time is coming.
With the weather working hard to take us into spring at last, the slice-of-lake view outside A Bitty Better in our Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville has taken on a nicer blue, too. Gone is the ice on top of Onondaga Lake. It makes me feel better, seeing the snow melt and the signs of things…
Oh, February at Onondaga Lake Park. It can be perfectly peaceful, pre-melt.
The lake view from Lakeview Apartments, we saw here yesterday, ain’t the best. Keep going east toward the city of Syracuse, though, and wind through the senior complex grounds, and the view from Keepsake Village is more worthy.
The apartment complex Ellie B and I spy during our walks around the blocks of the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville makes a pretty big promise with its name. No, I said a big promise. Yeah, that just begs for a look at the lake, right? Well, not from where the sign sits can I spot…