Liverpool blooms

The line of white tree blooms in the Village of Liverpool is making its annual appearance. I feel it’s a bit later than usual this 2022.

Welcoming street in every season

Up at the far end of this street in the Village of Liverpool sits my workplace. I like the feeling that comes to me when I spot the public library in the middle of this tidy spot in my life. I hope all the visitors feel the same way.

The pet people are back with new slogans

The Village of Liverpool pet store people recently trotted out new messages for their A-frame signs of the corner of First and Tulip streets. It’s been awhile since they switched the slogans. Thank you for livening up my strolls, bright minds at Furrever Friends.

Big pileup near the park

I showed you the clear paths of Onondaga Lake Park, where nature enthusiasts and those in pursuit of health work their way east and west all winter long. Now I show you where snow goes as I walk back to the Village of Liverpool.

Down by the lake

I found a few moments and the courage to fight the cold to check out how things are going the couple blocks toward Onondaga Lake. The plows reach the edge, yes.

Neatness counts

No matter the time of year (or day) they’ve got things tidy at the corner that allows entry into The Retreat, long so popular for eating and sipping in the Village of Liverpool.

The biggest bank in Liverpool?

I promise I can walk on the sidewalk down to the lake in the Village of Liverpool. It’s right behind the snow bank that’s piled up even though we have not had that much white stuff this winter. OK, I ducked low to take the photograph … Not to be tricky or anything, it still…

A fond farewell

Peaking through the winter terrain on Vine Street is the Going Out of Business banners at Bradley’s Jewelers. They’ve been a big part of the Village of Liverpool landscape, for many decades. May you enjoy your well-deserved retirement, good owners.

Sounds like a plan

The latest round of flags are up in the Village of Liverpool. I take note as I take a morning break stroll from my job at the library, and I do know the window to the left has held one of the many hairstyling establishments that dot First Street. The red flag at the corner…