Location: Along the Demunbreun Round-about
Size of Park: Quite small
Crowds: Quite Packed
Approximate Age of Patrons: Mostly in their 40s
Topics of Conversation: Mydog
Stray Dogs Seen: None
Types of Vehicles in Parking Lots: N/A
Perceived Safety: Medium
Number of Gunshots Heard: None
Dog Friendliness: Low in theory, high in practice
Number of pitbulls sighted: One (many, many discussed, though)
Incorporation of Local History: Medium
Recommended Patrons: Country music Fans
Then we got to the statue of Owen Bradley and two women and a guy were sitting on the wall and they asked if they could pet her and said that they had eight pit bulls among them. Then, we did the small loop behind the wall, and two of the guys sitting on the benches that line the walk asked about her.
Shoot, people, by the time we had walked around the park (a trip that took five minutes, max), she was strutting like the homecoming queen.
Aside from that, it's a nice park. They've got a nice focal point in the Owen Bradley statue and wall with words that helps contextualize Bradley's importance in town.
They've got some nice benches, some cute lamps, and some lovely brickwork.
I'm not sure if the naked people statue is technically a part of the park or not, but I have to remind you, Nashville, how much fun it is to take someone who's never seen the dancing naked people by that statue.
My brother was all "Oh ha ha, look at the dancing naked people." And then he paused. "Ooooh," he said, "they're really naked."