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"TeWinkle Park, 970 Arlington Ave." says the sign. You couldn't prove it by me, though - it looks more like the street is Junipero. In any event, the park is at the corner of Junipero and Arlington.
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Picnic facilities include some grills, and a place to dispose of your hot coals.
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Playground equipment. They changed it!? What happened to the castle turret slide thing?
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The swings are new, too. The old swing set had an enormouse steel arch rising above the swings... a precarious climb, if you wanted to attempt it.
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On this side of the hill, there's an open flat space -- great for whatever ceremony you need to have.
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There are more picnic facilities at the northwest end of the hill.
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At the northwest of the hill, there's another clearing, with concrete suitable for seating.
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The park is overrun with squirrels. They weren't cooperative about posing for me overly much. Kept running off.
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