|Grand Old Oak Trees Along the Promenade|
Our early spring has resulted in an instant flowering of trees and vegetation. Earlier this month, I was on the city’s west side and ventured through Fern Bank Park, 63 acres sprawling along the Ohio River for more than a mile in Saylor Park. The park is maintained by the city offering a mixture of old and new structures. Many of the veteran trees were lost in a 1974 tornado, but the main promenade is still canopied with some of those massive oaks. After the leaves are out, it’s truly a special place to watch the river traffic and passers by from the many benches along the river walk.
|A View Showing the Old Docking Station |
and Dexter Watching Roller Skaters