Roxaboxen

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Mrs. Cranston left a stone at Roxaboxen Park, Yuma, Arizona. (Read why people leave stones at Roxaboxen.)
 


“Neat story, neat place!” Jada says.

 
Text and photo © 2014 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on May 11, 2014, in Arizona, Blue Monday, I Heart Macro, Macro Monday 2, Roxaboxen Park, Shine the Divine, Six-Word Saturday, Yuma and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. What a great idea! I love the story behind this.

  2. CC Champagne

    I’ve never heard of anything like this! What a fantastic monument to children’s imaginations!

  3. Love this stone ~ lovely photo for IHM ~ Happy Sunday to you ~ xoxo

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  4. Love the meaning of this stone =) #iheartmacro

  5. What an amazing and nifty story behind this rock. Thanks for sharing it.

  6. Neat indeed! A terrific idea to foster the imagination.

  7. Love the marker and the idea. I hope it is maintained onwards.

  8. Neat post! 🙂

  9. And that’s a neat blue!

  10. I like the sound of Jada 🙂 Brilliant idea!

  11. My first time to know about this kind of stone donation. Very interesting.

  12. Well, it does catch the eye!

    Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne

  13. Sorry to leave comment again. I made mistake in my previous comment.
    Love the blue stone.

  14. I took the time to read the information on your link. What a creative idea! Thanks for sharing today.

    Have a Happy Blue Monday!

  15. Brilliant blue Stone – i enjoyed clicking also to find out the story behind the stones – thank you & Happy Blue Monday
    Wren x

  16. Like Mrs. Cranston, I, too, love blue! I wish I could return to the places where my imagination ran wild in childhood! Alas there is a shopping center and a housing development where once there were open fields!

  17. absolutely a lovely idea;thanks for sharing, have a nice Saturday

    much love…

  18. What an interesting story and nice rock too. Thanks for sharing.

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