... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Certainly doesn't look like a paddock today. Wonder what they would do if someone did put a sheep or cow out to pasture there.
Maybe a house cow for fresh unpasturised, unhomogenised milk ... like we had when we were kids.
I had that: from a Jersey called Daisy and an Illawarra Short-horn called Strawberry. Great fun to milk, and delicious to drink.I should think the animal would be impounded by the RSPCA and the owner fined by the city council!But the park is looking wonderfully spruced up, and the pool probably ready to open 'soon'.
Isn't it nice to have wide open spaces so close to the city?
Yes, it is, Joe. The wonderful thing about how they have remodelled this one recently is that the middle is open and free with all the varied structured activities dotted around the perimeter. And the entire park was well-used ... and friendly.
It is always refreshing to see great, open spaces in a city. Especially ones with a view such as this!
Took a while to recognise it from that angle. Certainly looking green and spruced up.
HHHMMMmmm... somehow, Cleveland paddocks doesn't sound quite as compelling as Prince Alfred Park!!!
You don't think so, Red? In 1809 or so, it was referred to by the hoi-poloi as CP. But its official name became Prince Alfred Park in 1868 after Prince Alfred survived an assassination attempt and officialdom was mortified.I much prefer Cleveland Paddocks. More ocker ...
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