Thursday, July 18, 2019

The new playground.....

6:16 pm - Thursday - July 18th - Ramona, CA - 79° F, 485 humidity, wind 9 mph out of the west.....the high today ended up being 85° F.

When I arrived at the pool Wednesday morning I found that the new playground equipment installation had been completed on Tuesday.......'s a lot larger, and more complex than I thought it would be, but looks great, and has already seen a lot of use.

I had not quite finished the pool when 9 am rolled around, so I locked the gate, and headed down for our usual 9 am meeting to begin the work day.  I was back by 9:20 am and had the pool finished before 10 am.

I spent the rest of the morning working on the mini golf course.  I first blew the ubiquitous eucalyptus leaves off each hole, then hand swept each one to get the rest of the debris that could not be blown away.  Next, using some 3m spray adhesive, I glued some sections of carpeting back down which had come loose.  By the time I finished with that it was lunch time.

On the way home I stopped to photograph another large boulder which had been painted some years ago to resemble a frog.....

.....I also learned Wednesday RORVR used to be a horse property when it was first opened.  The Red Barn was actually a horse barn, and where the mini golf and dog run area is used to be a horse ring.

I spent the last two hours (12 pm to 2 pm) working at various things around the park, and just as it got to the hottest part of the day I was getting off at 2 pm and missing those last two hours when it is the hottest.

TLE was home by 5 pm, and that was our Wednesday....not much to write about, right?

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1 comment:

  1. Wow! What a nice playground foy the kids....they will love that. Love the painted rocks you've been photographing....and always fun to learn the history of places..... how awesome!