Saturday, February 5, 2011

Snowy & lonely

Kids love to play on the playset at Walden Heights Park but with the frigid temperatures in January, kids were likely staying inside to read Harry Potter books or play computer games.

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  1. Seems odd to see that particular scene without children in it. There is something oddly quiet and peaceful about it, though.

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  2. I have the same reaction when I see snow-covered playgrounds.

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  3. There are many empty playgrounds in my area as well, even in the summer time.

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  4. Playgrounds are a bit depressing on winter days.

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  5. i don't there is anything more lonely than a playground or baseball field covered in snow!

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  6. Inside playing computer games? The kids should be outside sledding or skating.

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  7. Unhappily, it seems kids prefer play games computer than read books, at least in Brazil.

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  8. It's the best time for a swing! No waiting!

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  9. Schöner blauer Himmel...wenn es nicht so kalt wäre!Herliche Grüsse von uns 2:)

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  10. I see footprints so someone must have been playing there...at least for a little while. :)

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  11. Looks so inviting ... I guess when you live in a winter location, the kids would have had enough of playing in the snow !!!
    what an entire opposite here with the very hot sun and also unpredictable rain falls, my kids stay at home too on their computers !!!

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  12. Reckon I'd be staying inside too - all that white stuff looks so coooooold.

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  13. Wow, still winter at the end of your spot in the world.. I can smell the beginning of spring in the air over here.. a little bit..

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  14. The snow will go and the kids will get mud on their boots - and enjoy it.
    Leif, thanks for translation the danish words the old danish bitter to english!

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  15. They might be right, and wise. 24 C today here, a very nice spring day, everybody in T shirts...

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