They were completely soaked and kept going back for more.
This little spray park was pretty neat, especially on a hot day.
You would think all that running around in the water would've tired them out, but they were still up for checking out the tanks, even while dripping water. I helped Henry climb up on this one, then stood right in front of him in case he slid.
Then, when we got to the next tank, Henry waited until I was taking a picture of Nick. . .
. . . and somehow managed to climb up on top of the biggest tank around. I have absolutely no idea how he climbed this high with no help.
He wouldn't come to me, and just laughed and clapped for himself.
I asked a couple of kids to try to corral him, but they had no luck. He was too happy.
I do not have much in the way of upper body strength, and I was pretty sure I couldn't climb up that high. A nice man in decent shape finally scaled the tank and pulled Henry down. His shirt was all dirty and wet, so I took it off. Henry was mad. He didn't want to come down. He kept trying to climb up all the other tanks.