A French Park
by Zach Roberge, River Editor
This is a short recording from a local park down the street. I did a recording this week to both allow you to imagine yourself in the French scenery and also to showcase that The Sandy River Review is accepting Podcasts for publication on The River. The place I was sitting, and the place you should imagine yourself, is a small part around the corner. It has walkways, sitting areas, a large fountain with smaller spouts for children to play among, a playground with swings and slides, and slopes of soft, grassy hills to lay among. I was on the grassy hills with a nice breeze and the sounds of children playing far in the distance, where they couldn’t interact with me.