My dear wife Karen and I were met with a pleasant surprise when we checked out this year’s version of the Liverpool Craft Extravaganza in Washington Park on Saturday afternoon. No, it wasn’t that the event wasn’t a soggy washout like the first day the last two years. The Little Bitty Farm from Morrisville, N.Y.,…
I took a deep breath and said ahhhhh when I passed this corner on a work break walk from my job at the library. The Village of Liverpool can be quite lovely in May, for sure.
A walk around the Village of Liverpool on a gray morning this week allowed me a great glimpse of the back side of The Retreat. How lovely their trees are at the start of May.
This lawn pole we pass during our work break walks from the library caught my attention. Regal.
The big houses that border the Onondaga Lake trails have interesting ornaments on the high side, I’ve noticed during recent work break walks from the library. This peaceful position catches my attention. Close by sit these three characters.
I’ve noticed more colors blooming on my work break walks around the library. Love the spring flowers, I do.
Shortly after 8 a.m. on a first-week-of-April Friday morning in the Village of Liverpool, the low sun and blanket of clouds gave me a winter’s shiver. The temperature indeed was in the 30s. Weather folks tell me we’ll get 60s on Sunday. Please and thank you.