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Santa and elf on teeter-totter, Nativity scene, Pooh bear, tons of lights and reindeer.
Between them and the finish line lie tunnels, jumps, poles they must slalom through and teeter-totters.
Explore an interactive playground featuring a hot air balloon, sailboat, pond, swing set, teeter-totter, slide and lots more.
Jen Strong and Kelly Moninger, who tried out the course Sunday, said there's nothing quite like being suspended 40 feet in the air on the tower's makeshift teeter-totter.
Lauderdale BEACH PLACE HOOTERS will be hosting a Teeter-Totter Marathon.
Coach was telling us we can't let our focus go up and down like a teeter-totter," said forward Blake Krieg, who led Lane with 20 points on 6-of-11 shooting.
A garden Zoom Zone playground where kids can blow off steam - and linger to the gong of a teeter-totter or the self-made music of merry-go-rounds.
Jeep owners will receive special access to the Jeep Owners Playground, where they will have the chance to test their own vehicle on some of the most popular obstacles, including the Jeep Teeter-Totter.
Wyden, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, alternately described the balance between national security and privacy rights as a teeter-totter and a tug-of-war.
1 -- 2 -- color) Students on Lancaster High School's robotics team, right, show off Cledus the robot Wednesday as it balances on a teeter-totter platform during a ceremony in the school's auditorium.
Bonfante's Splash Garden(TM), a fun-filled water play area with five water attractions, is scheduled to open early June and will give kids a place to cool off in the hot summer sun, climb up a replicated Circus Tree, play on a water-soaked teeter-totter, spin water wheels, tip over buckets of water, splash around in a bubbling fun zone and more -- all FREE with park admission
Oliver, a 3-year-old Italian greyhound who has competed in agility trials for less than a year, flashed over obstacles, up one side and down the other of two boards fitted into an A-shape, and across a teeter-totter with human partner Debbie Mangold.