Walking back to where I’d parked my car outside the library on Tulip Street after a short, socially distanced stroll at Onondaga Lake Park, I took note that on a Friday morning … … there might have been more hustle and bustle than I had anticipated.
Neighbors in the Village of Liverpool know there have been plenty of dog walkers in these days, too. This would make me wag my tail if I had one.
Leap year! Feb. 29 means March is around the corner.
They didn’t want to let it pile up in the Village of Liverpool. I was surprised on a recent work break walk to notice workers amid the snow hauling process even though only a few inches had piled up. They were getting ready for a bigger snow to come later. Which, of course, it did…
A little wind early in February makes this stand out.
May your path in the new year be filled with joy, satisfaction and success. Happy 2020 to all.
May you have a special day ringing out the year. And the decade. I’ll leave you looking up from a spot I park my car many times while running errands in the Village of Liverpool. It’s a reminder to keep our eyes open to find the wonder in life.
Taking the quick stroll between the library and Dunkin’ in the Village of Liverpool, I pass the Retreat. The restaurant/lounge is ready for Halloween, simply and with nice style.
At the very top sat a bird. Resting? Viewing? Gloating? All of the above?
Now that was a backyard in spring. Bravo, Village of Liverpool house dweller. (Left over from my walk collection.)