Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Ibama Twins take a rest at Sheep Meadow

After visiting the Strawberry Fields memorial the Ibama Twins decided to go to Sheep Meadow in Central Park to lay down and rest on a gorgeous 90 degree day.  Max and Rex joined all the other New Yorkers on one of New York's biggest lawns.

The 15-acre preserve known as Sheep Meadow has a long history as a gathering place for large scale demonstrations and political movements. It is currently a favorite spot for families, sunbathers, picnickers, kite flyers, and other visitors to come relax and admire the New York City skyline. Sheep Meadow is located at West side/mid-Park from 66th to 69th Streets and is open from May to mid-October dawn to dusk in fair weather. This open area is very popular and can draw up to 30,000 people a day. "I've seen people standing in line to enter the Sheep Meadow," said Doug Blonsky, president of the Central Park Conservancy.


  1. doesn't look like any of those NYorkers wanted to share their blankets.

  2. Is this part of Central Park? It amazes me how many people go there. I suppose because of the weather is why it isn't open in the winter months. Glad the guys got to enjoy some hot sun there :)