I live in between Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons. My house is about five minutes from a fire station and park, and ten minutes from a fun hike that you can go on with family and pets. My neighborhood is in an area that is surrounded by pine trees and nature. The small cul-de-sac is near Wasatch but it couldn't feel farther from the busy road or city. Everywhere you look you can see pine trees, you can almost find one in every persons' backyard. This is why this neighborhood is so special to me, it is a beautiful area that is safe and welcoming.
I have lived in my neighborhood of Patterson in the South Bronx section of New York since May 2010. I originally lived in Parkside in the Bronx from when I was born in 2001, and lived until 2010. I miss that neighborhood dearly. It was a good neighborhood because it was very peaceful, but I like the one I live in now more. I like my new neighborhood better because I feel people care just a little bit more about the community, more action takes place.
This is what I noticed about the open spaces in my neighborhood:
There are a lot of open spaces, and they are big. I live by Colony Park and LBJ High School. Both of them are good places to chill and both of them are lighted. The open spaces are public, and I always see little kids there playing and chilling. We don’t have trash, rubble, or abandoned cars in them.
This is what I wonder/question:
Are they really open spaces or people just go there and chill?
I wonder if the school doesn’t get mad because people hang out in their property.
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