I had a good look around when we got there!
As you can see, I was thrilled to go exploring! I even spotted someone I met last time we made the trek out:
|"Ha roo, Sea Serpent!"
I didn't want to look him directly in the eye. That's too dominant. I'm not into that kind of thing - I just want to be friends.
I decided to go try out some of the equipment the Sea Serpent has in his obstacle course. I climbed onto this high platform:
I had a good look around, then before Mom realized what I was doing, I did this:
That was REALLY cool! It was all slippery and stuff - almost like ice! Great fun!
Let's see what else Keats Park has to offer ...
|"Wide open spaces!"
It's a beautiful park. Plush lawn, a little walking path, trees... ooh! And a historical marker! Let's check it out!
I think they should have left the town's name as "Wild Cat", but no one asked me.
We checked out the gardens a bit:
|"Note to our Russian Sage plants: Mom would like you guys to start looking more like this one!"
... and went to see how our favorite line up of trees looked:
Totally beautiful, but not quite doing the Fall Fling yet. We'll just have to come back again!
On our way out of town, Mom took a shot of this very old limestone house with her iPhone and did some special effects stuff on it:
If houses could talk, I think this one would have some very interesting stories to tell!
I hope you enjoyed our trip to Keats! We'll go back again soon!