It was beautiful day; warm but not stifling, sunny but with a little cloud cover, and best of all - that meant the courtyard was open at the Rehabilitation Hospital. At least, that's what they called it. It sounded a lot nicer than calling it a mental health institution, at least that's how Tyler saw it. He was here often enough, and after his latest stunt he would be lucky to be here this time. They'd wanted to jail him, because resisting arrest after deciding it would be fun to break into a sports store to steal a kayak to go kayaking in the dark didn't seem to be looked upon favorably. But the judge had been his judge in the past and knew his history, choosing to give him one more opportunity for help before the cops would get their way. He was sure breaking that one's foot certainly didn't help him win their favor... But, he was here once again and that didn't really bother him. They'd wanted him to join the groups in a game, but he was too restless. Even after a week, he was still unable to calm his need to do something extreme. Knowing they wouldn't change his mind, the others in his age group were led to the activity room in another area, a secure area, and left two staff members behind to keep an eye on him. Alone now, except for the two members of the staff who were seemingly ignoring him, he looked around; there was the door to the medicine store room which was locked at all times, the doors to each room, the door that led out of the living area, and then the door to the courtyard. "I'm heading outside," he told the staff members, and one of them stood up slowly. For any other member of the group that was in here right now, they'd have just sat there and let them go - it wasn't like they could scale the buildings that surrounded the courtyard. But Tyler had to be watched in the courtyard; there were too many trees for him to climb and do something stupid. That didn't mean they held his hand. He stayed in sight but didn't really have that babysat feeling, because they weren't overbearing about their presence. The courtyard wasn't small by any means, but it wasn't a vast expanse of land either. It was an interesting shape if seen from the sky; at least, that's what Tyler figured after having explored the edge of the courtyard. The building wrapped around it with varying edges; it curved in some places and went diagonal, or maybe straight, in the others. There wasn't a gate or anything that led straight to the "outside world" from the courtyard. If someone needed to leave the complex, they had to go through the building. None of the trees were close enough to the buildings that Tyler, or anyone else, could jump onto the roof and escape either. It was a fairly secure area. Walking leisurely, Tyler was just enjoying the weather as he neared the center. There was a gazebo there, just a small one, and he felt like sprawling out and taking a nap there. As he approached, though, he could see someone on the bench that sat there, and slowly he realized it was a girl that he'd never seen before. Curious, he slowed his pace and studied her.