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Sled

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According to the Associated Press, communities in Iowa, New Jersey, Nebraska, Indiana and Illinois, are taking steps to restrict sledding on municipal properties.
When I was a young lad in the '70s, about a million kids hit the sledding slopes every time the snow fell.
I thought maybe I should forget about sledding and make snow angels instead.
The region's safe sledding options have expanded in recent weeks, with the opening of two new "sno-play areas.
Children should be supervised by a responsible adult while sledding.
I was first introduced to the presence of these tracks by my mild-mannered German teacher Regina, who told me that she and her husband go sledding on their winter holidays instead of skiing.
Owners and operators of sliding hills are often under the misconception that if they post No Sledding signs or simply do not designate a sledding area within their community, they will have no legal responsibility for sledding accidents.
Visitors can enjoy family-friendly Lake Placid spring activities such as dog sledding, tobogganing andpond hockey.
You're wet and freezing, but you can't get enough of downhill sledding.
It's a work sled--not meant for downhill sledding and such.
Compared to other childhood sports, sledding causes a "very high" incidence of injuries, says pediatrician Robert A.
National forests allow sledding, but some don't encourage it; call ahead.