Day 419

George Walker Jr. Park

February 21st, 2013

Classic Henry Stern playground art. The theme of this park, for some reason, is the temperate rain forest — hence the tree stump spray showers, I suppose. According to a series of nearby plaques, the footprints you see above are from three species that can be found living in temperate rain forests: the black bear, the mountain lion, and the Roosevelt elk. (Although it's hard to imagine the strides that would result in these particular tracks.)

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