Thursday, August 25, 2016

Olympians in Training


18 comments:

Gosia k said...

interesting place

William Kendall said...

Very cool!

Andy said...

Makes wish I was a kid again.

Stefan Jansson said...

Who knows this might just be an Olympic event one day.

bill burke said...

Interesting, what are they practicing, maybe gymnastics of some kind?

Lois said...

There used to be one of these things in the mall here and I always enjoyed watching. You could never get me on one of those contraptions though!

Kay said...

The really good ones do get started early. And it's never too soon to get started on the "Shopping Center Dangle" event.

magiceye said...

Fun times!

Linda said...

Wow, nice!

Karl Demetz said...

How fun, did you also try, Lowell ?

Bob Poris said...

Who hung them and what was their crime?

Judy said...

Why didn't they have something like that when I was a kid? If I tried it now, I'd dislocate something.

That photo today was in Jerome. Always fun to explore that quirky place. I got a laugh out of your GPS experience. Once our GPS told us to drive into the Mississippi River. I decided it didn't like us.

Linda said...

I also love the background of your photo, Lowell, with the store fronts! :)

Sharon Anck said...

I just saw one of these at the mall in Chandler. Apparently this kind of activity has become very popular.

RedPat said...

I tend to avoid malls so I haven't seen one of these before! Looks like fun!

Small City Scenes said...

Looks more like circus training. It is Florida right?
MB

Laura. M said...

Train well!!!
Un abrazo

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

One of our great gs had his birthday at a place like this last summer... made me nervous, good thing I was only the great grandmother and not responsible for all those six year olds up on those high bars etc. This year we opted to skip the kids party and just go with the family celebration.

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