Six Word Saturday: Having scooter fun in the park

Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here


  1. From the title I though I was going to see you on the board, Sue 🙂
    A great fun shot, though, even without your appearance

  2. ah to have the energy!

  3. I’d do it. Not afraid for my head. I’d just add another item on the list of knee injuries (been there, done that – had to promise Mr Eklastic NOT to go on roller skates again). *big theatrical sigh*

  4. It seems those ‘stunt scooters’ have become more popular than skateboards now. I see kids over Beetley Meadows on them, but they have to travel into Dereham to try them out in the small skate park there.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Dangerous, I always think

      • The ambulance station where I worked in North Kensington was a few hundred yards away from the skatepark under the Westway flyover. We used to get a lot of broken wrists and ankles jobs from there every weekend, as well as some serious head injuries from skaters not wearing helmets.

      • Sue

        Why am I not surprised

      • My grandson Lorenzo (6) broke his arm from falling off his scooter earlier this year and he wasn’t doing stunts! My eldest grandson (18) broke his wrist (again) during lockdown but he was doing stunts on his skateboard. Dangerous ‘toys’ indeed!

      • Sue

        Well, I must say I agree., Jude…and they’ll be allowed on roads.😳☹️

      • I thought that referred to electric scooters? Must say that I wouldn’t feel safe on the road on one and it annoys me that people can even ride bikes on a road without passing a cycling proficiency test these days, you’d think that any road user should have to know the highway code at least! The most dangerous cyclists on the roads are those hobbyists who peddle so slowly that cars take risks overtaking them. A nightmare here with blind bends!

      • Sue

        Yes. Electric ones! As to the Highway Code, don’t get me started

  5. Or even scooter fun!

  6. I cringe even looking at them jumping, fearing the fall and worse.

  7. Looks like they are having fun!

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