Up to North America for a train ride, but by 10:30 all the twins could see was a wall of people's backs, so we headed out to hit some playgrounds.
We first tried to find #22 Emerald Fields, but my nav led me to the wrong side of Wyandotte Woods Blvd. We had to give up, turn around and head for #50 Wedgewood Glen Park. But it was just an open space:
I was getting a strong sense of disappointment from the back seat about the lack of playgrounds, so I was a little worried when we stopped at #51 Wedgewood Hills Park and didn't see any playgrounds. But Kate spotted it and she was off across the grassy field:
Just a small play structure:
But the setting was quite nice, with a fountain in the background:
At this point, we were ready for lunch, so we headed back north:
Somehow, this spread at City BBQ was $4 cheaper than yesterday's lunch at Cici's. I may need to rethink my lunch spots. We took the money we saved and spent it at the Graeter's next door:
And then we were back down Sawmill to find the other half of Wyandotte Woods Blvd. Tip: it's behind the Kroger. I turned into the parking lot only to find more sports fields. I was hoping not to disappoint the kids, and luckily we rounded the corner to find this:
It's the biggest playground we've come across so far. In the forecourt, they had an electronic whack-a-mole type game:
Way in the back, they had one of the neatest bike racks I've seen along the bike path:
Kate showed off her slack line prowess:
and continues to be my little climber:
and my jumper:
Three down, twelve to go, and I think only three more of these look like drivers.