Out on another potential fishing encounter (for Andrew, nature walk for me) we were strolling along a trail though Mary S. Young Park—a 133-acre urban state park—when we came upon a most unexpected site.
We both found this quite hilarious and burst out in much-needed laughter. A fire hydrant in the middle of a trail in a state park? I mean sure, it would come in useful on a dry August day, but, wow. Did not expect that.
Weather Diary, June 9: Hi 66, Low 51/ Precip .11
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