Ethan Gray, 16, at left, offers to assist his brother, Sullivan Gray, 15, as he climbs down from a limb of a Ginkgo tree in in Thornden Park in Syracuse.
Their dad, Dave Gray, said the family was visiting from Lakeville, Massachusetts, to see his daughter, Anna, an anthropology freshman at SUNY Oswego, and decided to explore Syracuse.
They visited Thornden Park at 501 Ostrom Ave. in on Saturday, Nov. 26.
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