Green grass, I had a good grope

Te Whiti park, Lower Hutt

One of the tactile experiences I miss so much in Korea is grass. A dense mat of green, tangled Kentucky rye grass and another combination of grass type made up the grass at the park that also served as a sports ground too.  Compare that to the conditions I play cricket in Korea is that a sandy gritty surface greet your hands and knees every time you go to stop a ball. Ouch. Give me grass burn everytime.

The Hutt Recreation ground

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2 Responses

  1. Ya can get grass in Korea…just got to go down the Jeollas to a tiny town I know and hire the local soccer ground!
    Seriously, tho, nice wooden pavillion. Looks more English than Aus. Hutt Ground dual use cricket/rugby?

    • A GLORIOUS use of grass. I just think that there isn’t enough grass in SK. The Hutt Rec. is indeed a dual use ground. The Rugby club rooms are out of the frame, to the right.

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