In Maniac Magee, the author describes Finsterwald's back yard as follows:
Finsterwald’s backyard was a graveyard of tennis balls and baseballs and footballs and Frisbees and model airplanes and one-way boomerangs. That’s why his front steps were the only un-sat-on front steps in town. And why no paperkid would ever deliver there. And shy no kid on a snow day would ever shovel that sidewalk, not for a zillion dollars.
Using this passage as a model, write a description of Finsterwald's backyard, but describe it as if it were the nicest place in town and Finsterwald was the nicest person.