Wednesday, 27 July 2016

SNAP - Swings & Slides & Bee - Oh My

Linking in with Helena & the other snappy folks.  Have a peek & then join in the fun at : SNAP

This week's SNAP collection is from my walk to the tree I am following for the year.  My tree resides on the edge of the park & corn field.  I was surprised that on such a beautiful morning, the park was empty. Maybe everyone was over at the splash pad?  The township has spent a lot of money upgrading & supplying new play equipment.  All of the equipment is situated on a 3 foot bed of soft wood mulch.  Other than the 4 areas I have shown, there are several other play pods that should engage kids in climbing, bending, stretching, pushing - the full works of play, but I have no idea what the bee does for fun.  









































11 comments:

  1. I think the bee's fun lies in giving rides to happy, laughing kiddies. In fact, I'd like to have a go!

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  2. It looks like a great space to come and play. A little sad to see it so empty.

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  3. What a wonderful play area! My granddaughters would love it!

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  4. looks lots of fun for kids - hope they came to play later

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  5. What great play equipment. A splash pad sounds good too!

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  6. lucky kids to get to use this new playground!

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  7. Lol. Does the bee even move? Rock back and forth? Looking forward to hearing more about your tree.

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  8. The bee looks so startled! A great set for Snap as always Mary-Lou It's strange to see the empty park though.

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  9. Great snaps! We took a walk at the local park earlier this week & the playground was full of kids & parents enjoying a cloudy evening (because it's much too hot when the sun's out right now).

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  10. What super things to have a go on - as you say, shame to see it so underused. The bee does look rather droopy and a tad sad ..

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