"The childhood street in California with my dad on the summers!"
My parents split when I was young. Originally I was born in Michigan. My dad ended up moving all the way to Hayward California on Tahoe Avenue. I would spend my summers at his house and now I'm attending college out in this area. Tahoe Avenue was a very different street from the one that I grew up on in Michigan. Number one the houses were all a lot more different. They were fancier, if that is the right word. I have grown accustomed to them now. The street itself has a couple of openings that are huge. They make Tahoe Avenue look larger than life. The openings allow for motorists to do quick turns if they make a wrong turn or something. The proximity to Christopher Penke Park was the place of my childhood imagination. I built clubs and played with my friends deep within the confines of the trees at the park. I still stroll through it sometimes on warm days and notice so many people around me.