The municipality of Cary, which is where E and N actually live, is very spread out and “busy.” It covers a lot of ground, and most of it is businesses and services that the population depends on. There are a lot of high-density housing options like condos and townhouses. I found out today that there actually is a “downtown” Cary, and in this somewhat village-like area, there is a park called “Downtown Park.” (How appropriate!) Since the weather was gorgeous, we decided to spend part of the afternoon at this park.
I am amazed that spring comes so early here!
In the park, it was such a nice day that I could not resist the urge to busker. I sat on a bench and played my guitar (and even did some singing) and enjoyed entertaining folks as they strolled by. It was an amazing way to spend a springlike Sunday afternoon.
After our time at the park we went to E and N’s house and spent some time with the grandkids. I had been wanting to do some projects with the older two, and I had some nice little wooden “Build and Grow” kits that I had picked up at Lowes. I had a coin bank kit and a small birdhouse kit. I guided K in building the coin bank:
I guided C in building the small birdhouse: