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After the nutty shaving cream fight on Saturday, Sunday was not measuring up on the fun scale.

I really didn't have anything planned but my kids' half sister, Gracie, was getting antsy as all first graders do.

The sun was out so I grabbed my camera and we loaded into the Yukon for a mini field trip to Ithaca's Woodland Park.  They have an updated safer play area towards the back of the park but I still have memories and appreciation for the old school playground equipment that can really cause serious bodily harm.  We decided to live dangerously and play here instead.

I passed this ride.  They make me want to throw up.


Remember these?
This pelican is broken.


Probably because there are jerks like us that refuse to believe that we are too big for the rides.
I like this little piggy one.
Woodland Park even has an amphitheater.
The wind is really picking up and I am getting chilly with Rudolph nose.  
I just want some hot chocolate and my warm house now.  Brrrrr.

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