Cherished rescue mutt Ellie B Dogamous Pyle and I could see it way up there, but we could not hear it. I wondered where that very-high airplane was heading to. And had come from. I am fairly sure nearby Hancock International Airport was not the answer to either end of the journey.
February, a bit of this and that.
Groundhog Day 2020 has passed, and old Phil told us spring will be arriving early. It was nice enough on Feb. 3 to take an 11 a.m. work break walk along Onondaga Lake. The pair of ducks out for a swim were hoping that the groundhog will be correct.
So I’m taking a quick walk to grab a cup at Dunkin’ and see half and half in the Village of Liverpool. Some snow, still. Some holiday decorations, still. January sure is an interesting month.
The back side of Town Hall can take a reflective moment for my cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I during a winter walk, too.
Some spots of the winter schmush melts faster than other spots. I appreciate the lines.
I’m always looking for that snippet of a lake view. Cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I discovered this look-out from the Salina Town Hall parking lot during a recent walk. Well, I did, at least. She was too short to see the water. And too busy sniffing other stuff.
There is a certain sight that tends to, ahem, blemish the snow that may hang out too long in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. Even when it’s sunny with blue skies you can spot … .. the dreaded dirty snow piles on the side of the road. Unsightly, they are.