Tuesday, May 30, 2006
This first one is one of the view points built into the tubes & walkways that you move around on. These are fairly high:
This next photo shows a bit more of the unit including part of two of the tube slides that curve. The girls tell me the best one is the black one that you can't see but goes in a straight run from almost ceiling level down to the floor:
In another room the Space Maze is located. It is a large inflated "house" with walls inside that create a maze for the kids to work their way around. Son M took my camera inside & took these photos. Here is the younger K:
And here is the older K:
Another slide is the three abrest one with the "waves" built into it. This is also a fast trip down. Older G-daughter K likes to come down it in unusual ways. Here is one of them:
There are different ways to climb up to the higher levels where most of the things are located. Here is son M & K starting up one of those. It almost looks like a cage which I guess goes well with the jungle theme:
There are walkways between the various places at the higher levels. Here are all three of mine looking down at me through the mesh which keeps anyone from falling off:
Jungle Playland is a real asset to have in my town. Kids up to the age of 12 or so seem to love it & it is a nice place for their parents, grandparents, etc. to spend time while the kids are playing. There are tables & chairs located where you can keep an eye on the play area & the kids know you are close.
After we left Jungle Playland we all four went to Starbucks for mochas for we older ones & hot chocolates for the kids. Then K & I headed south to take her home as she has school today. It was great having her with me for what actually was a little over four full days and I think she enjoyed the trip, too. We didn't get to the Alpaca Farm as the weather wasn't very good and of course we were without Grandma Ann this year, but otherwise it was a great weekend. Thank you, K!
To answer your question about the song on my blog...I dunno if the other songs on the album are just like it. I haven't gotten my CD in the mail yet!
I understand your missing the days with your Annie as I lost my Walt on July 19th, 2002. Time helps ease the pain, but the lonesomeness for them lingers on. While you have your cat huggy, I have my border collie Sassy. Our animals sure give us a reason to get up in the mornings, don`t they?
I enjoyed reading your posts.
Pet Huggy for me. :-)
Jungle Playland looks like fun ... did you go down the slide, too ??
Take care, Meow
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