Out in the Garden

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Out in the Garden

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The beginning. --
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An Assistant. Granddaughter Number 1
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A bit further on --
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More out in the garden.
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That is fantastic and looks like great fun for all.
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Mr Bones wrote: Tue Aug 24, 2021 7:14 pm That is fantastic and looks like great fun for all.
Yes Mr B. It is great fun. It really belongs to my granddaughter, but leaves it here. :D Our garden has more space. She plays soccer in the garden where she lives.

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I think it needs more scenery! :D and buildings in scale - there's a joint project for you both! Also, a branch line or three and crossovers and flyovers - lot's of expansion possible. With more effort you won't need to cut the grass!


(Of course these aren't serious suggestions the layout looks fun as it is)
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IanS wrote: Wed Aug 25, 2021 9:04 am I think it needs more scenery! :D and buildings in scale - there's a joint project for you both! Also, a branch line or three and crossovers and flyovers - lot's of expansion possible. With more effort you won't need to cut the grass!
It has crossed my mind. :lol:

Seriously. It is good fun. Easy to put together (and put away.) Other activities take place in the garden as well. My other grandchildren play football here. Then there is Hide and Seek, Chase, etc. etc. Therefore a permanent garden layout is not permissible -------- yet!!!

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