bigger isn't always better

When is a park a park and a pothole a pothole? Well, we can tell you that the 2 foot space in the middle of Front Street in Portland, Oregon is most certainly NOT a pothole. It is, infact, the smallest park on record. Mill Ends Park was created in 1946 when a journalist decided to plant flowers where a light post used to live and recorded all the "happenings" in the park for the Oregon Journal. The itty bitty park, owned by the city, is maintained and even the site of art installations.

We’re just wondering if they have a no dog rule, 'cause, well, you know...

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