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Children's Discovery Trail: Diary of progress

 

October 2103: Digging out the pond that will become the Observation pond and deck.

January 2014: Digging and laying infrastructure around "Lilliput" in the Rocks, Soils and Plants station

 

February 2014 - the Observation Pond is starting to take shape  + works on the Path + more digging in the area of  Rocks, Soils and Plants station (including the restroom block there).

Observation pond                                                                                     Discovery path to the right of what will be boating stream

Path leading away from Rocks and Soils        Restroom block

 

March 2014: The discovery path is starting to take shape!  These are the concrete 'foundations'.

 

April 2014

Concreting of the path through the water and rocks and soils stations is now complete (right). The observation pond is coming on! The slats will support the wooden deck. And below, the restrooms are taking shape.

 

October 2014

Huge strides forward! The discovery trail is being coated with a final layer of ochre-colored plaster (the "Yellow Brick Road"?) and the observation pool in the water section is ready, bar observation accessories and plants. A new toilet block has been built for the water section area.

 




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