"It's almost like an umbrella that we don't have to hold," said Lainey Griffin, 6, of a water feature she enjoyed cavorting under with her best buddy Cady Young, 7, at the Titlow Park sprayground in Tacoma. "They're like two peas in a pod," said Pugh of the girls who live one house apart from each other. Pugh had escorted a group of kids from Creative Child Daycare in Port Orchard. "We don't have any spray parks," she said. "I think this is fantastic. Very kid-friendly with lots of activities."
"It's almost like an umbrella that we don't have to hold," said Lainey Griffin, 6, of a water feature she enjoyed cavorting under with her best buddy Cady Young, 7, at the Titlow Park sprayground in Tacoma. "They're like two peas in a pod," said Pugh of the girls who live one house apart from each other. Pugh had escorted a group of kids from Creative Child Daycare in Port Orchard. "We don't have any spray parks," she said. "I think this is fantastic. Very kid-friendly with lots of activities." Drew Perine Staff photographer
"It's almost like an umbrella that we don't have to hold," said Lainey Griffin, 6, of a water feature she enjoyed cavorting under with her best buddy Cady Young, 7, at the Titlow Park sprayground in Tacoma. "They're like two peas in a pod," said Pugh of the girls who live one house apart from each other. Pugh had escorted a group of kids from Creative Child Daycare in Port Orchard. "We don't have any spray parks," she said. "I think this is fantastic. Very kid-friendly with lots of activities." Drew Perine Staff photographer

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