I'm so there with my skateboard and aching back and bad knee!
Leave room on the couch.
Congrats to all! Big fun in the summertime!
Great news and congratulations Austin! What a talented and resourceful young man!
Congratulations Austin! Will we need to bring a tent?
That is awesome!! Austin is a make-the-dream-happen person. I am so encouraged by people like him.
Congrats to Austin for all his hard work paying off!
*raises the roof*
grant miller - I think they're going to include a senior section, just for people like you. Ok... "us."rick - Sounds, good. I'll save a few feet at the end.jd - Agreed. "Woo" indeed!elizabeth - Thanks. This is a long time coming.gette - You definitely should come up for this one if you can. I mean what else is there to do on the 4th of July?kathy - Yep... pretty much takes after his dad. (har har)bill - Yes, I need someone to camp out at the skate plaza overnight to make sure the skaters don't stay there after hours. Thanks for volunteering!shieldmaiden96 - Thanks. I'll make sure he sees these comments. (He doesn't read my blog you know. Blogs are for "old" people.)heather - Did you say "paying?" Hope I see some of that. ;-)muskrat - Woot, there it is!
Whoo! Go, Son. He has to be SO proud right now. Was this stimulus funded?
michelle - No... a combination of city funds and private donations. We still have a few more $$$ to raise this winter which we will be responsible for, but the project still will be built even if we're not completely there by July 4. We just have to keep working at it.
bit late to this but...HURRAH!
This is VERY exciting news. I would love to be there with bandages and crutches in triage mode. It could happen...
Wow! Congrats... and what a perfect day to open... three days after Canada Day!What??????
Congratulations!! That's so cool.
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