The messiest playground: Kids getting down and dirty at Mud Day
An annual clash between good, clean fun and down-and-dirty theatrics has once again left scores of mud-covered children smiling in a suburban Detroit park.
APChildren participated in the 32nd annual Wayne County Mud Day on Tuesday at Nankin Mills Park in Westland, a suburb west of Detroit.
Participants frolicked, bathed and lounged in a large mud pit, then sloppily engaged in Mud Limbo and Wheelbarrow Races.
APThere also was majesty amid the muck and mud: Phoenix Crowder and Riley Tulgetske were crowned Mud Day King and Queen.
APA local fire department rig sprayed water to rinse off the mud-caked revelers to the chagrin of some mud enthusiasts.
APThe annual day is for kids 12 years old and younger. It's all about the kids having some good, unclean fun during their summer break.
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