CORVALLIS, Ore. — Kids in Corvallis can now safely play on the Dino Bones at Avery Park.
The city closed off the concrete bones for more than a year because of storm damage.
One woman came for the ribbon cutting to remember her sister who helped build the bones in the 1970s. Her sister died after battling cancer.
“It was just exciting for me to think that my sister’s memory for me and my family will just live here in these dinosaur bones,” said Diane Frischknect-Merten.
The woman says she’s happy the bones are open again to the public, and she can’t wait to bring her grandkids to see them.