Family at West Coast Park

2009 Jan 31

Saturday! The usual best day of the week. Time for family day. 🙂 Samuel  wanted to play sand. So we went to West Coast Park! We arrived there around 11.20am, almost noon time. We thought the scorching sunlight and heat would probably make the outing short lived. Thank God, there were many shady areas, and the very cloudy skies provided tons of shade. There were many other families there to.Thank God for the good weather!

We stayed 11.20am till almost 1pm, before we adjourned for Mc.D lunch and home.

Family at West Coast Park

Isaac thoroughly enjoying himself at the park. Walking around the entire sandy playground. Exploring from station to station.

Family at West Coast Park

Isaac tried to crawl up every single slide.

Family at West Coast Park

Keep Walking Isaac.

Family at West Coast Park

Balance. Focus. Another attempt to climb. 🙂

Family at West Coast Park

Hmmm.. next play station!

Family at West Coast Park

Isaac found some sand to play.

Family at West Coast Park

Samuel, pretty independent now. Running from station to station by himself enjoying himself.

Family at West Coast Park

Isaac seated on the sand, lovely sand..

Family at West Coast Park

Interestingly, he did not rub his eyes nor put the hand in the mouth. Instinct? Exploring the sand.

Family at West Coast Park

Samuel covering his hands and feet in sand.

Family at West Coast Park

Isaac and his little hand, with the oversize craw digger.

Family at West Coast Park

I had to ask Samuel to smile for me.

Family at West Coast Park

This station will give your arms a good work out. Too bad it is broken. The seat gets stuck midway.

Family at West Coast Park

This is usual Samuel self, he does not tell me why he always looked away from the camera.

Family at West Coast Park

Isaac miserable attempt in covering his feet.

Family at West Coast Park

Bros playing together.

Family at West Coast Park

Bros and Mel enjoying the sand.

Family at West Coast Park

This group of kids was nice to request Samuel to share the big diggers, trucks and what have you with them. Apparently these toys never cease to attract attention. lol.

Photos by Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX7 – The Old Work Horse
Do not know why the pictures turned out very badly. It was either too bright, too dark and too noisy.
Anyhow, selected the best of the worst and doctored them.

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~ by ymsim on 2009/01/31.

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