For so many Cobb’s Hill is an oasis. The humming of the drums on the Reservoir steps at sunset. Cityscape views where on a clear night you can see Lake Ontario. Lovers holding hands on the slope on blankets under the shade of trees. The walkers rhythmic circling. The bicyclists looping. The pulse of the basketball games. The electricity of urban softball under the lights. Players recreating medieval battles next to Lake Riley.ultimate Frisbee in an April snowfall, football with the Yeshiva students on a frigid late December afternoon, and watched people place well used sleds in the BROKEN SLEDS ONLY barrel during last year’s March blizzard. Joined the November tennis diehards.
My niece Audrey lives in northern California. Sadly for them, Silicon Valleyers live without daily snow. So when Audrey visits she thrills to our winter wonder land. Today we revisted Cobb’s Hill and added Audrey to the Cobb’s Hill Series.Adding the very first shot at the Tony Boler Courts, 9:07 a.m., to the Cobb’s Hill series Adding a snow day to the Cobb’s Hill series Adding Yeshiva football to the Cobb’s Hill series 42 years and counting for the Kick Ass Kro-Kay Club of Cobb’s Hill SOTA’s Kenny Cruz awaits call from the big leagues. Bill Pucko “borrows” Talker’s nickname: Cruz Control Ultimate spring fever at Cobb’s Hill On a mound at Cobb’s Hill! And how the City of Rochester handles its loose leaves. Cobb’s Hill welcomes the Ninth Cobb’s Hill Cyclocross Diehards and the Cobb’s Hill Tennis Courts The 8th Annual Festival of Softball: After 800 Innings the “Tribute to Noah” nears $100,000 SEE ALSO