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Fuzzy logic on turf field decision

Original post made by Renee Batti, associate editor of The Almanac, on Apr 17, 2007

The following letter by Steve Wallace was published in the Almanac's April 18 print edition:

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Posted by Angela Hey
a resident of Portola Valley: Brookside Park
on Apr 17, 2007 at 11:01 pm

As one who grew up playing school hockey on a really muddy and bare field - slipping and sliding all the way - I don't see why kids can't get muddy. After all the detergents and washing machines make washing clothes so much easier than when I grew up.

Although I love the new Portola Valley, well-drained field, we must be careful not to bring up kids to be too precious - a bit of mud won't harm them - balance might even improve when playing on a muddy field.

Have some jolly good old-fashioned fun in the mud!