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The messiest playground: Kids getting down and dirty at Mud Day

Down and dirty
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Down and dirty

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.

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Mud Limbo
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Mud Limbo

Children 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.

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Mudded majesty
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Mudded majesty

There also was majesty amid the muck and mud: Phoenix Crowder and Riley Tulgetske were crowned Mud Day King and Queen.

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Water spray
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Water spray

A local fire department rig sprayed water to rinse off the mud-caked revelers to the chagrin of some mud enthusiasts.

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Just for kids
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Just for kids

The 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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