From second grade through sixth grade, I attended Lincoln Elementary in Boone. And, like most children of the 1970s and ’80s, I thoroughly enjoyed our twice-daily recess periods.
Mostly because of the piano slide.
Most of our readers probably know what a piano slide is, but I’m willing to bet several of you don’t. To be brief, it’s a slanted piece of polished sheet metal (from back when slides were made of such material, not plastic) with a hand rail, shaped somewhat like the lid on a concert grand piano.
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