Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Exploring Railroad Park




The opening of Railroad Park brought many families out this fine day to have a look around and .. kick up some pinestraw! These little guys had fun in this area made entirely with the original hand cast bricks and cobblestone that were wisely kept during the excavation process.  Throughout the park they have used these  as borders, barriers etc.  Good for you RR Park designers!

COMING TOMORROW:  The first BADP "Write Your Own Title Contest".  Everyone is welcome, enter as many times as you like.  

13 comments:

Bibi said...

Hurrah to the park designers and to you for this photo. Love your autumn flower banner, too.

Naturedigital said...

The little ones seem to have a great time ..
Costas

brattcat said...

These two match from the shorts down. Are they twins?

Virginia said...

BC,
I think they were. The other had a cute little bucket hat but Mom said he wouldn't keep it on! The little guys in Paris always had these same hats. So cute.

B SQUARED said...

Nothing quite like kickin' a little pinestraw.

Daryl said...

Sweet!

steviewren said...

Too funny Virginia. The park is the topic of my post today too.

Tash said...

my gosh, that looks like so much fun. I'd need it scaled up for me to frolic there.

I love watching little boys or girls play. Thanks for the peak.

Ken Mac said...

love the play of shadows as they romp

Birdman said...

I've enjoyed your last few images a lot.

bfarr said...

What a coupla' cute guys.

Petrea Burchard said...

Bravo to the park folks for preserving the beautiful stone. The kids seem to like it, too.

altadenahiker said...

What's not to love about short chubby legs.