We took a trip to Dallas to look at a park.
That’s not odd, is it?
(Never mind. I know it’s weird. Embrace the weirdness, I say!)
At the park, we saw a tight row of bollards, designed to keep kids inside the playground.
Klyde Warren Park
The Klyde Warren Park in Dallas was sort of expensive*.
But for the money, the park got a very interesting pavilion with polished chrome panels that give interesting – if confusing – reflections of the urban landscape. (I’d try to explain what’s real and what’s a reflection, but now that I think about it – upon reflection, as it were – I don’t think it matters. And also, I’m not sure I could tell you.)