17 Jul

Hadn’t been to Edinborough Park in Edina for a long while. It seemed like a good option out of the cold and rain of July (sigh, our weather), and what do we find? A 5-story freakin’ heaven for kids. Needless to say, Brian and I frolicked all the way to the top.

$185K playset for rich kids.


4 Responses to “playground”

  1. devin July 21, 2009 at 9:06 pm #

    eeegads!!! holy fucking shit. okay. i get it now. you werent lying or exagerating. haha. that is ridiculous, seriously ridiculous. is there a ball pit you can jump into off the top????

    • Isabella July 21, 2009 at 9:10 pm #

      This isn’t the exact replica of the one in Edinborough, but it comes pretty close. I mean, I’m almost positive that ours was a lot bigger, had more slides, had a rock climbing area, had a blow-up castle for jumping, and had a tree tube that went all the way to the top.

      Alas, no ball pit.

  2. Sasha July 26, 2009 at 2:13 pm #

    Remember how the old playground at Edinborough got more and more broken down the older we got, but that didn’t deter us from climbing on it as teenagers, even though the whole thing would swing with our collective weights? I haven’t seen the new playground, so in my mind I’m thinking of the old setup, complete with the skating rink.

    • Isabella July 26, 2009 at 9:19 pm #

      well then, you must check it out the next time you’re in town. I assure you will be properly AMAZED by the size of this thing. Really. And take me with you.

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