Sledding

Sledding

  • Sledding Category
  • Ice blocking - Ice blocking is a recreational activity in which individuals race to the bottom of a hill sitting on large blocks of ice. In the United States ice blocking is thought to be regional, occurring in the West.
  • Snowmobiling, or the genericized name of ski-dooing.
  • Hawaiian lava sledding - Hawaiian lava sledding is a traditional sport of the Native Hawaiians. Similar to wave surfing, hee hōlua involves the use of a narrow wooden sled.
  • Extreme sledding - Extreme sledding is a sport where riders do not simply sled down a hill, but use the sleds and their bodies to carry out various tricks, using apparatus such as ramps, rails, ledges, and some that are performed simply riding down the hill.
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  • Winter sports
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    Sledding

  • Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL) posted a video:

    20170408 - Facebook - Clint & Britt - 10 Year Friendiversary - 17803479_781329828712396_9066826225581817856_N (1m10s)

    Facebook likes to make Friendiversary videos.

    Britt, Clint, Dad, Lincoln.
    sitting, sledding.
    Friendiversary video, present, snow.
    Facebook. funny face.

    Mom and Dad's house, Stafford, Nanny and Grandad's house, Arlington, Ill Me, restaurant, Annandale, Virginia.

    April 8, 2017.


    ... Read my blog at ClintJCL at wordpress.com


    Ronnie L, born Maria Clara Rechen, is Clint's grandmother (dad's mom). Born 10/25/1918 in Lvov, Poland. Died 11/13/2003 in Alexandria, VA.
    Daughter of Jozefa and Jacob, she was the only survivor of the holocaust in her family. She was liberated from a work camp by Clint's grandfather (James Bernard L.), who stormed Normandy 20 minutes into the D-Day invasion.

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  • skua47 posted a photo:

    Sledding Kids

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    Sledding Kids

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  • Kielrah posted a photo:

    Couple going sledding on Capitol Hill during 2016 Blizzard

  • Tom Bauer posted a photo:

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    sledding Joe Stevenson ca 1992

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    sledding Joe Stevenson ca 1992 Ben Bauer

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    sledding Joe Stevenson ca 1992 Ben Bauer

  • mypubliclands posted a photo:

    Iditarod National Historic Trail, Alaska

    The Iditarod Trail is the only winter trail in the National Trails System and the only Congressionally-designated National Historic Trail in Alaska. The Iditarod National Historic Trail system is comprised of a 1,000-mile main trail between Seward and Nome, and an additional 1,400 miles of side/connecting trails that link communities and historic sites, or provide parallel route.

    Congress established the Iditarod as a National Historic Trail in 1978. A May 17, 1978 Senate report noted that the trails comprising the Iditarod National Historic Trail “…offer a rich diversity of climate, terrain, scenery, wildlife, recreation and resources in an environment largely unchanged since the days of the stampeders. It is the isolated, primitive quality of this historical environment that makes the National Historic Iditarod Trail proposal unique. Nowhere in the National Trail System is there such an extensive landscape, so demanding of durability and skill during its winter season of travel. On the Iditarod, today’s adventurer can duplicate the experience and challenge of yesteryear.”

    Today, BLM works with partners to maintain and promote the historic qualities that make the Iditarod unique among our nation’s National Historic Trails. As the designated Trail Administrator, BLM facilitates efforts by volunteers and local, state and federal agencies on behalf of the entire trail. BLM maintains about 120 miles of the trail, including five public shelter cabins. The trail segments that cross BLM-managed lands are managed as part of BLM's National Conservation Lands.

    The most practical way to explore the trail is in the winter, when the hundreds of miles of swamps crossed by the Trail are frozen, making for easy passage. While offering outstanding opportunities for solitude, the Trail demands a high degree of self-reliance by the user, proficiency in extreme winter camping and travel by ski, dog team, snowmobile, or fat tire bike.

    Photo by Bob Wick, BLM.

    National Historic Trails are extended trails that closely follow a historic trail or route of travel that is of national significance. The BLM identifies and protects the historic routes, remnants, and artifacts for public use and enjoyment.

    National Scenic Trails are continuous, extended trails that pass through areas with significant scenic, historic, natural, or cultural significance. They are managed by the BLM for outdoor recreation, conservation, and public enjoyment.

    National Recreation Trails are located within parks, forests and other recreation areas and are reasonably accessible to urban or high-use areas. These trails are designated by the Secretary of the Interior or other delegated official.