The Carousel, also called the Merry-Go-Round, is a hallmark of childhood. The beauty and simplicity of horses going around in a circle has dazzled children for years, and remains a fond memory in the hearts of many adults.
One fine day Mr. Playwood was sitting on a branch and reminiscing about his childhood. Above all, he missed the walks with his Dad around the lake where myriads of toads croaked like an open-air orchestra.
This massive structure was devised by Mr. Playwood when he turned fifteen. The Pedestrian Bridge connected the domains of the peasants and the scribes. At night, it was elevated to stop the fare-dodging nomads from using it.
One day Mr. Playwood heard an unusual sound and approached his grandfather to have the source of the sound explained. His grandfather had a great sense of humor and thus he said: “You’ve heard something, Playwood? …
The first weapon engineered by Mr. Playwood. This invention saw the light of day as a result of the young engineer acquainting himself with ancient comic books about superheroes which he discovered in the Great Arboreal Library.