Catch a Ride on a Bulldozer

Little kids and construction equipment are like peanut butter and chocolate. I taught pre-school briefly many years ago and there was a new office building being built next door to the school. For a good part of the summer the little boys spent most of their outside playtime standing at the fence watching the construction crew dig and scoop and dump and stack. They were in awe.

Tomorrow up in the ‘Couve, the little kids (and the big ones) get a chance to get up close and personal with the bulldozers, cranes, loaders and scrappers (I don’t know what all the equipment does – but my little nephew could sure tell you!) at the annual Dozer Days – a benefit for the Parks Foundation.

Kids get to ride in the equipment, play around in the dirt and rocks, and if you’re good – maybe they’ll even let you drive!

Saturday, May 17, 2008
General Public Admittance from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Location: Rinker Quarry
18208 SE 1st Street, Vancouver, WA 98684

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