The other day the girls and I met some friends at a small water fountain play area. The water part is surrounded by sculptures that are perfect for climbing. They are kid size, many flat areas for little feet to stand on, and the obvious, they are in a play area. As the kids tired of playing in the water they naturally gravitated to the sculptures to begin the climbing portion of play time. Not long later Mr. Security Guard came over and told the parents in his very powerful in charge voice, that climbing was not allowed on the sculptures. If they did not want the kids to climb on them, why did they make them 4 feet tall? Why are they in the play area? Why didn’t they place a sign on them stating the “no climbing” rule? Needless to say, the kids don’t like that water park anymore.