This swing set has room for all. | God's World News

This swing set has room for all.

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    Children enjoy the Skyline Swing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Albert Yee for Fairmount Park Conservancy)
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    Parents push their children in swings. (Albert Yee for Fairmount Park Conservancy)
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    Children climb in “birdhouses.” A girl flies down a tube slide. (Albert Yee for Fairmount Park Conservancy)
  • 4 B Iggest swing
    A boy enjoys a round web net swing. (Albert Yee for Fairmount Park Conservancy)
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Ride the tire swing.  Grab a buddy for the round web swing.  Twirl on the spinner.  Not many parks have such a big swing set!

You can climb, slide, and swing all day!

Pray: Thank God for the blessing of outdoor play at parks with swings.

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The Skyline Swing is the largest swing set in North America. It is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The mega swing opened in FDR Park in October. There are 20 swings on the oval structure. The whole swing area is about the size of a Major League Baseball infield. The play space has what look like huge, metal birdhouses. Kids climb into the birdhouses. Then they sail down curved tube slides. This is a great place for a party!

“Out of them shall come songs of thanksgiving, and the voices of those who celebrate.” (Jeremiah 30:19)