Monday, August 2, 2010

We have a favorite park we like to go to

We usually go two or three times a week. This week these signs greeted us at the entrance to the play area.
Last week there was the neatest wooden ship in the play area of the park, along with this steel and plastic structure.


Here are the remains of the ship. Of course the little kids loved climbing in and out of it, pretending to be pirates or what ever else little people pretend.
Instead of getting to play on the play structure, we spent our entire time in the lake. Darius can almost get out to the dock without going over his head. He had to have a little help in the last couple of feet, but that was all.

We really are not complaining about spending all of our afternoon in the lake, it is a great lake.






Some pictures of us on the play structure last week before it was destroyed.

Going to the lake was still fun, we just missed our time out on the play structure. We certainly hope whomever destroyed is really proud of their selves.

7 comments:

Dawn said...

what a shame about the park. I hope they find the culprit.

Lindsay said...

My kids cried. Chloe asked why someone would be so mean. It's just the worst.

Katidids said...

You know we usually would think it was teens & often they find this type of vandalism is done by those in the 20's! Such a shame, What do they gain? STUPID people! Joy stealers!!

Katidids said...

What a fun new "DO" you have!

Henya said...

Glad you had a nice time at the lake.
So sad about the play structure! Horrible!

Frizzy and Bird said...

Love that you and your family made lemonade from the lemons they left behind.

I just don't get the fun in destroying parks. Someone ruined all the benches at our park and tagged pieces of the play equipment. It just makes no sense.

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