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    Awesome list from this momma blogger.

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    What? No Giovanni Caboto park?
    But otherwise a pretty good list, I must say...........

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    Where is Kinsman in there?

    How about Hawerlak as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moahunter View Post
    Where is Kinsman in there?

    How about Hawerlak as well?
    Hawrelak has a nice playground? Where?

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    Kinsmen is #7 on the list. That bear is friggin' cool! Didn't know that was there.
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    Hawrelaks is brand new so if you haven't been recently that's why you haven't seen it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonic Death Monkey View Post
    Kinsmen is #7 on the list. That bear is friggin' cool! Didn't know that was there.
    Whoops. I love the pitch and put at Kinsmen too beaut to take kids, learn golf, practice short game, pretty course.

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    Borden Parks' playground is brand new, and it looks pretty neat. Probably should be on the list

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    ^yep... Number 1
    We've checked out most of these and I wouldn't argue it, its always subjective. Jackie Parker would be my number 1 if only for the size and variety. It's huge!

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    When I was a kid my favorite playground was in Terrace Heights. It was old school with swings, a slide, merry go round etc. I don't even know if it's still there but the best thing about it was the location. It was only accessable through the back alleys off of 70 st or 101A Avenue.
    The park was isolated, quiet and also built along the Fulton Ravine so you could play in the ravine as well.

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