I want this for my yard. Can’t you just imagine the fun parties? Not just for the kids either…check out the strategically located table under the knees. During the holidays last December my son received the gift of Legos. Guess who played with them for hours and hours? Yep…the adults. I can just imagine the silly behavior (and injuries for us older folks), that would occur around this playground man. I don’t remember where I ran across this photo but I saved it since I liked it so much. If anyone recognizes the location, do share.
When was the last time you stopped to play? How long has it been since you slid down the slide, took a glide on a swing, or balanced on a bar?
Get going…there’s still daylight.
PS – if this seems like deja vu, I accidentally published this last week…you’re such an alert viewer, you caught it! Extra snaps for you.
#1 by Traci Kenworth on March 3, 2012 - 4:34 am
Looks like fun!!
#2 by Leslie on March 15, 2012 - 6:10 pm
I know! I keep wondering if it’s made of bronze…it looks like it. That would be so cozy warm from the sun. Cost a fortune though, so it’s probably just painted.
#3 by Ryan King on March 15, 2012 - 6:27 am
Legos are a big thing at my house. I played with Legos when I was little and have amassed quite a collection since then. Of course, my son has inherited all of them and loves to play with them too. It’s very common to find legos in just about every corner of the house. Legos are awesome. 🙂
#4 by Leslie on March 15, 2012 - 6:09 pm
The first time I saw a “professional” Lego display I didn’t know what to expect, but the guys who build those are amazing engineers. Considering how durable they are, I bet it’s possible to construct something really solid. They hurt like the dickens too, when you step on one in the middle of the night!