Pasadena's city website has a good description of the park's many uses:
"Hahamongna Watershed Park is a 300 acre park which provides a transition
from the urban land uses in Pasadena and its neighboring foothill
communities to the vast open space areas of the Angeles National Forest.
Here, one can find an interconnected system of hiking trails, prime oak
woodland, picnic facilities, restrooms, equestrian gathering areas, a
multi-purpose playing field, and the world’s first disc golf course. The
flood basin behind Devil’s Gate Dam supports water conservation, a rich
diversity of plant habitat, and a refuge for numerous wildlife and bird
There's more detail at the link.
Boz doesn't notice any of the Public Works stuff. He notices the blue sky, the grass, and the lizards. He also knows the coyotes are there, but he sticks with his own pack.
This week, Boz is giving you a tour of Hahamongna Watershed
Park to show you some of his favorite details. I'll
check in and respond to comments as much as possible. It shouldn't be
too hard. I hope you're having a week full of wonders.