Saturday Photo Scavenger Hunt: Drink

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This is Jesse, about 11 years ago, getting a drink….

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…but not out of a conventional lawn sprinkler. Jim put together some PVC piping and punched holes in it to make a sprinkler for the trampoline:

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Looks like Jason is getting a drink there, too. The main idea wasn’t to have a ready water fountain at the trampoline, though that was nice, but to make it fun and cool for hot summer days in the south. Combined jumping on the trampoline with running through the sprinkler.

You’d think the water would have made the trampoline really slick and slippery, but it didn’t — it actually kind of slowed the bounciness. The kids loved it.

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47 thoughts on “Saturday Photo Scavenger Hunt: Drink

  1. What a great idea! Jumping in the sprinklers and with a water fountain right there to boot! Makes me wish I was a kid and could go over to play at your house! I tried it now, I’m sure I’d break my neck!

  2. What a cool idea (pun indented πŸ™‚ ) That would be something we could use here in the hot summer. What a perfect idea for this week’s hunt theme.

    Have a blessed weekend.

  3. Amazing! That looks really fun! I’ve never been on a trampoline before. I’m sure my son (and I) would love it. πŸ™‚

    Great photos!

    Have a lovely weekend and thanks for dropping by.

  4. Anyone going on a trampoline in the south in summer would love one of these. Is this an invention that might have a big future? Hmmmmm. Great picture for the hunt.

  5. OK, I loved the first picture. It was so clever and nothing I thought of. But now that I read the entire post and saw the last picture, how very clever. Glad to hear it did not make the trampoline slippery. Great hunt pictures.

  6. Brings back memories of my own kids when they were that age :))
    Hope you’ve had a great Saturday, Barbara! Thanks for visiting my PH today!

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