Orstedsparken, Copenhagen

Dear Liza,

Whenever you and your cousins get together, it is a busy day. Our third day in Copenhagen, some of the grown-ups opted for a tour bus. But not you guys.

So your daddy David and I went along to protect the city. Orstedsparken, or Orsted’s Park, is named after the scientist who discovered uses for electromagnetism. It includes a small lake which is home for dozens of ducks, geese, coots and wood pigeons.

You discovered this willow tree right by the water’s edge. Once it greens up, it is going to be a great hiding spot.

Further along, you and the cousins found this amazingly challenging merry-go-round thing. It took all three of you, plus Auntie Katie, to make it work.

As you can see, Auntie Katie is still very much a kid at heart. I see great Adventure Grandma potential for her….. in about twenty years.

I am so grateful we all got to have this time together.


Grandma Judy

Author: Judy

I am a new transplant to Portland from Salinas, a small city in Central California. This is a blog about my new city.

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