Opening Up Or Closing Down

Splash pads are not really new. My first encounter with one was in 1989 with an early “in-house custom” model that had been installed at a park in the 1970s. It was essentially a set of holes in a galvanized potable-water supply pipe that was erected 9 feet over a concrete pad; the pad was piped to drain into a creek at the back of the property. It worked, but it lacked novelty; the concrete slab sustained algae and moss, …

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