After he retired, Lohbado developed the routine of walking to the park every morning to relax. Ornamental fruit trees, some maple and various other trees were planted around the edges of the park to provide a bit of shade. A gravel path enclosed the playing field. Lohbado sat on a bench facing the track and gazed at an apartment building sticking up above the condos and trees. The building was on the far side of the Decairie Service Road. While sitting on the bench, Lohbado remembered a summer holiday from many years ago. He stopped at a camp site which had a petting zoo. The sheep and goats were friendly. He took a few pictures. For 25 cents you could obtain a handful of grain to feed the animals.