On the plus side, it's the most beautiful bit of coastline I've ever walked, with the remains of a shipwreck, a charming lighthouse, a postcard cottage you might know better as Barton Cottage, from the BBC's Sense and Sensibility, and temptingly climbable
The finished project, on the Walpole estate at Crosland Moor, has been built as a series of climbable
terraces on the side of a large grass and shrub banking.
I made a mental note of the nearest climbable
tree and released.
L's Yard was an entirely interior affair that turned the building's first floor into an obstacle course of tires that rose to a climbable
mound toward the rear.
The new space will include a touch tank, climbable
lighthouse, wooden boat, special effects lighting and digital frames.
At the centre of the maze is a climbable
tower, giving children the perfect vantage point to plot their exit.
The influence of religious and mythological iconography is a constant in the body of work that evolves on the volume's pages which display some of de Phalle's many giant instillations with references to pre-Christian fertility figurines, a series of multi-media "narrative assemblages" and head sculptures, her "devouring mothers," "skinnies," and the 11 "fantastic gardens"--including the Golem Playground in Jerusalem, the massive Tarot Garden in Tuscany, and the posthumously dedicated Grotto in Hanover--that house the artist's colorful and climbable
mirror-and-tile mosaic creations.
Out of reach means at least 10 feet off the ground and 10 feet from anything climbable
, which includes your stairs, deck posts and any trees that overhang your house.
Ground clearance is 230mm, there is an approach and departure angle of 31 deg and a wading depth of 450mm plus a maximum climbable
gradient of 39 deg and a maximum lateral inclination of 48 deg .
Occupants of the Mental Health Unit can easily access climbable
drainpipes to the roof, as well as a courtyard wall leading to a 20-metre drop.
The youngsters found climbable
trees, risky culverts, and jumpable streams.
The woodcutters' only defence against elephants is to be cautious: they are always aware of the wind direction, they're constantly on the lookout for climbable
trees, as a rule they do not walk in the forest at night, and they are extra careful in wet weather--when elephants are known to be more active than usual.