A different perspective on lake houses

My co-workers Edina, Laura and I have picked up our break walk routines lately. They pointed out how several of the houses we pass on the short part of the trail at Onondaga Lake Park we’re able to navigate look really big on their back side. I agreed, and picked out the two I thought…

Here’s to your eggs-cellent day

May you hop to a great Sunday. Thank you again to the folks at Nichols for brightening up the Village of Liverpool on the run up to our big days. Ballantyne Gardens workers get it right every holiday, I think. May you and yours enjoy Easter.

Ready for the long rake job

I know how hard my colleagues who handle the custodial work at the Liverpool Public Library work to keep the building in tip-top shape. When I saw the size of the roof rake after the last big snow, I pictured how hard it must be to get that thing up there and scraping. Bravo, Annika…

Trudging out in the Dinosaur Garden Lawn

At the library, my boss Glenna’s office has a great view of the Dinosaur Garden Lawn. When we had a big snow last week, she came up to my desk and said it looked kind of cool to her. Out I trudged. The shots I got with the Liverpool Public Library good camera went up…

Reflecting on the arrival of spring

They spring is coming. Yes, even to Central New York. Yet this is what I saw just a few days ago after picking up my pre-work coffee at Nichols in the Village of Liverpool. The still-snowy scene struck me to stand in the middle of First Street to snap the shot on my iPhone 8.…