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Sled

In auto sales, a trade-in automobile with little or no value.
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Those who choose to go sledding must also make wise choices about where they sled, how many people they put on a sled, and how fast they can go down a hill and still maintain control.
Technically, Watts avoided finishing last due to the withdrawal of the Serbian sled after two runs.
The sleds Steve collects are designed for the very youngest passengers: children up to age 5.
The sleds are custom-built to fit a slider's proportions.
If the sled is too long, it will be difficult to turn.
The first team to make it to the bottom with all three riders still on the sled wins.
The team's coach, Lonnie Hannah, is well known in sled hockey; he was part of the U.
It all adds up to a mountain of old-fashioned winter fun on the sled hill.
Simon Qamanirq, the Inuit hunter to whom the fourteen dogs pulling our komatiq sled belong, and I sit on top of our load of sleeping bags, clothing, food, stoves, and fuel.
Paul Norman, the company's Ocho Rios sales manager, reports that the tour outfit now has "twenty Jamaican mongrels" available to pull the sleds, with most of the dogs obtained through the Jamaican Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
I was on the shore of frozen Hudson Bay to experience three things I've never done before: building an igloo, mushing a dog sled team and watching the eerie green northern lights dance in the night sky.