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Coram’s Fields

July 5, 2012

I spent some time at Coram’s Fields this afternoon, exploring the various play opportunities and watching my son Daniel and several other children play tag and race each other on another good-size zip line.  This park is interesting because it has both what might be considered ‘standard play equipment’, and a more ‘adventurous’ play area.  The more adventurous play area took a bit of finding, as it is tucked in the back corner of the park, and is hardly visible from the entrance. The pictures below provide a look at all of the play provision on the park, beginning with the area closest to the entrance, then moving towards the back of the park and the slightly more challenging play area.

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I have a feeling that this is not how the designer was intending this structure to be used, below.

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Daniel: “Dad, let’s go, this park is boring.”

Me: “Daniel, wait, look, what’s that over there?  I can see a zip line, and a huge climber/ treehouse thing!”

Daniel: “Where?  I can’t see anything.”

Me: “Look, there, past all those ladies!”

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And last of all…I found this in a shop window this afternoon, below.

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Tomorrow….Glamis!  I can’t wait….it should be a brilliant, and possibly rainy, afternoon of play.  Stay tuned.

 

 

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