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Flooded fun at Gyro Park

Chris Eriksen gets some air while skimboarding in front of the swing set in the flooded playground at Gyro Park. Work on an upgraded Gyro Park is expected to begin later this year, part of which will aim to prevent the grounds from flooding in the winter. - Don Denton/News staff
Chris Eriksen gets some air while skimboarding in front of the swing set in the flooded playground at Gyro Park. Work on an upgraded Gyro Park is expected to begin later this year, part of which will aim to prevent the grounds from flooding in the winter.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff
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