Wednesday, June 27, 2012
It's funny, I've lived in our little town for 9 winters now (yes, I count my time here by the number of winters I have survived), but I'm constantly amazed by the wonderful little nooks and crannies hiding waiting to be discovered.
The kids and I visit Read Park often, but this is the first time we've found this little fountain area, which was tucked away in a back corner of the area.
The boys immediately found special uses for the stream of cool water. So original.
And typically violent.
Meanwhile, Miss Boo was imagining herself as a beautiful mermaid.
Then Peter the Sea Slug interrupted her pleasant dreams.
Thankfully little Baby Ella didn't mind and kept right on snoozing!
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