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WKORVN Kid's Area Improvements

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They finished renovating the kids area yesterday at WKORVN.

They built a very nice shade over the play structure and replaced the astro turf:

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The pirate ship also got a fresh coat of paint and maintenance.

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The kids are happy!! :banana:
 
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It's nice for children to have shade, but I guess you can call me a curmudgeon - it doesn't do much for the view from the units beside/behind the shelter. It looks like our old horse shed. :ignore:
 

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It's nice for children to have shade, but I guess you can call me a curmudgeon - it doesn't do much for the view from the units beside/behind the shelter. It looks like our old horse shed. :ignore:

True - but I don't think they had much of a view before they built the shade, because of the landscaping, and other stuff between the first floor units and the ocean.

Also - because of the angle of the buildings - most on the north side have no view.

Despite that - families with small kids love these units for immediate access to the kid's area.
 
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You're right, most units in the back between WKORV and WKORVN don't have a great ocean view, but it's nice to have at least a pretty garden/pool view. We enjoyed our unit overlooking the pirate pool a few years back. I was just struck by how much the shade structure looks like our farm's pole shed, with the corrugated steel roof. It's not something I would expect to find on the landscaped grounds of a high end resort on Maui. :shrug: Utilitarian, yes. Pretty, no.
 

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You're right, most units in the back between WKORV and WKORVN don't have a great ocean view, but it's nice to have at least a pretty garden/pool view. We enjoyed our unit overlooking the pirate pool a few years back. I was just struck by how much the shade structure looks like our farm's pole shed, with the corrugated steel roof. It's not something I would expect to find on the landscaped grounds of a high end resort on Maui. :shrug: Utilitarian, yes. Pretty, no.

I think the picture is deceiving. In CA, this style of patio is very popular, and the roof is made of narrow white panels, which gives the "corrugated" look in the picture. I have this exact style, and so do most of my neighbor.
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