Or go to the dog park – ‘artistically’ decorated with large boulders and sand, possibly an ode to the desert we don’t live in. I like how close this park is to me, and it’s much bigger than most of the others in the area, but whoever designed it clearly wasn’t designing it for dogs. After they cut down all the trees that used to be in the field, they built a fence that sheep could jump over and filled the area with sand. It’s nice that it drains well, but it also blows with the lightest breeze, getting into eyes, and, slowly but surely, all moving to one end of the park.
Posted by lexy3587 on August 8, 2012
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