Postcard from Russia

Podolsk, Russia, to be exact.  Andrey and Tana love to travel and take pictures. 
This postcard is the exact reason I love Postcrossing.  What the hell is that?  It’s apparently called the Checkerboard Hill  (Dragon Hill).  Whatever it is, it is made of awesome.

2 thoughts on “Postcard from Russia”

  1. Do you slip down it like those burlap sack slides at the fair? The edges on each level might hurt a bit. Perhaps in the winter when it is covered with snow it could be a fun sledding hill.

  2. I guess maybe it's art? I'm amused by how often I say that in life. Here in SM there are these metal poles that look like melted statues. I guess they're supposed to be art but it looks more like the aftermath of some untold disaster.

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