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Sled

In auto sales, a trade-in automobile with little or no value.
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Can sledders safely climb back up the hill without endangering those coming down?
Use the sledder to destroy all the targets and finish safely.
Petit, the Saint-Gobain spokeswoman, handed a visitor an official Team USA cowbell, clanged loudly by fans as sledders zoom down the track.
The Talkabout also can receive National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Weather Radio broadcasts, especially convenient for all us skiers, sledders, and snowboarders on constant snow alert.
After learning the basics of accelerating, steering and stopping from USA Luge athletes and coaches, sledders age 10 and older can take practice runs on a recreational version of a luge sled down a track complete with curves and timing equipment.
Colorado history teems with stories of skiers, sledders and gritty settlers digging into harsh Rocky Mountain winters.
Together with husband Dennis, and their business partners Steve and Gall Bonne, they operate a small remote snowmobile and ATV lodge offering trail-side gas and accommodations to the legions of predominately American sledders expected this winter.
Tubers and sledders will fly down groomed slopes at the snow tube park located just above The Village at Mammoth.
Indeed sledders had their pick of several hills, though some were looking a little worse for the wear.
But this was August, when the skiers, snowboarders and husky-dog sledders give way to hikers, mountain bikers, paragliders, anglers and gourmands, as well as families finding it's the perfect all-round summer holiday destination.
Joy and Blaise ride with other sledders during practice.