How can a safe stroll that includes a stretch in the Village of Liverpool when the sun is shining be rocky?
With the white tree blooming at the corner a few paces from my job at the library, I note the peaceful look.
During a recent work break at the library, I looked across Second Street. A pink tree was blooming in beautiful fashion. It was a short trot across the street to capture the sight that makes me so happy in April.
Don’t blink during a safe walk in the Village of Liverpool or you’ll miss the pretty little pink bloomer. It’s got that weeping willow shape …
The trees in the Village of Liverpool are oh-so-lovely in April. The white bloomers line up quite nicely on First Street, I think.
The pavilion in Washington Park is ready for, well, whatever will come when it warms up, I saw during a recent safe walk in the Village of Liverpool.
On a safe walk, I decided this piece of common space I pass in the Village of Liverpool carries a shape that is not quite a square. No, First and Second streets angle quite toward each other. Washington Park is quite like a triangle.
Even in winter, the Village of Liverpool pet store punster can come through for me on my safe walk.
During a recent safe walk around the Village of Liverpool’s Washington Park, I noticed some trees holding January leaves. Others, not a one. I quite liked the contrast.
On a recent safe walk around the blocks surrounding my job at the library, I came across the morning-empty lot of the Retreat. A cold mist falling made it look quite like a skating rink, thought my imagination.