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Ready. Set. Climb

By Stephen Jermanok
March 19, 2007

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They’ve been described as magic carpets or floating potato chips, curved pieces of plywood that are stacked one on top of another and encased in a steel cable mesh. Pieced together, they form a towering climbing structure for children, and, in the case of the newly expanded Boston Children’s Museum, grow three stories high. The lucky kids who maneuver their ... (Full article: 913 words)

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