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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

    My husband patiently taught me to mountain ride about 5 years ago. It's time that we get to spend together. We ride every weekend together, sometimes just the 2 of us and lots of times with family and friends. We have made some really great friends sledding. I get my addrealine rush .some of my best thinking done.Sledding is my favorite thing to do.. . Sledding is definatly an addiction. I feel as a female rider, that it is something that I can hold my own doing and that in it's self is very empowering.


    My saddest day is the day we put our sleds away for the season
    All I can think about all summer and fall is that each day it gets closer to sledding season.
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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

    Sledding to me is many things. When my husband and I do our Sunday ride with our friends, its excitement, adrenaline, a little bit of oooooooooooh nooooooo... and a whole lot of wooooooooooo hoooooo. It's my stress relief after a week of momming, teaching my kids and working. When we go out on family rides or we take the kids out tobogganing, its something unique I can give to my children. Lasting memories that they share with voices full of pride as they explain their weekend to their friends.

    It's my husband's and my quality time, and for our family, extreme bonding time. Some conversations are just best discussed on the top of a mountain.

    I love the laughter and unique sense of humor us sledders have. No one else get's why I laugh so hard I cry when I see a monster sticker or gets it when I say "that's a gooder". There's something different about us sledders, in a good way. Thankful to share that side of life with my kids.

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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

    I sled because I CAN! when I hit the hill I leave eveything behind but whats ahead! plus I get to take my 10 year old son out to enjoy it.....he is at the age now that he is now climbing and carving.......I'm not as sad now to park the sleds because we pull out the Jet Skies and carve it up.....and learn the tricks.....the only part I hate with them is the traffic on the lake......in the hills you can always find the quiet spot to play with your friends.......and climbing is quite the RUSH!
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    real men ride their sleds.....others just shoot their mouth off about how great their wedge is!!

    I'm benched no wife beatting here......and that is "PRICELESS"

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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

    sledding means the same to me as dirt biking, quading, boating, fishing, camping....it's not work, and something I really enjoy doing.

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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

    Quote Originally Posted by teeroy View Post
    sledding means the same to me as dirt biking, quading, boating, fishing, camping....it's not work, and something I really enjoy doing.
    your absolutely right! I am the same way but I have a special place in my heart for sledding.
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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

    Its one of the few things that I can't live without. Its the freedom to do whatever turns my crank. To just sit and know that below me is a crazy world and most don't know where I am.
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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

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    Re: The Meaning of Sledding

    Everyone has their thing: art, music, horses, cars - something that they are passionate about! Mine is sleds. I was fortunate enough to have backcountry run in the family. My grandpa built a remote hunting lodge nearly 50 years ago, and it opened up this amazing country for us to explore and play! I grew up out there, all of the grandkids did - The stories I could tell!! So, it's more than a winter activity, it's more than powder days, and it's more than time with family. It's just my thing. It's what makes me, me. 12985584_10157002908465107_4577892424098061139_n.jpg

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