There is therapy in occupation and it’s serious business — for some. As Mr. Rogers once noted: “Play is often talked about as if it were a serious relief from learning. But for children, play is learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” Those in the know, those whose occupation it is to offer therapy of the occupational sort, for kids, love to play and wanted to play in our playground. And we wanted to help out. A half day hike was in order and the Sugarloaves were selected as the stage. Lots of options for groups. That was the thinking of Redline Guides Howard Aronson and Chase Hall who led this larger group. Here are some photos.