The city and the Ward Family Foundation have made Loose Park a wonderful place to walk, run, play tennis, smell roses, feed ducks and sprawl on the grass. The people watching is good, too -- even in winter. In fact, on a 30-degree Saturday, the place brings to mind a John Cheever story. A jogger circling the perimeter might catch a glimpse of two or three people sitting in their cars and looking forlorn. Some smoke cigarettes. Some read paperbacks. Some simply stare into the distance. A runner might also spot a couple engaged in a clandestine-looking, car-seat huddle. Not public sex -- just moments that look stolen.