Remember when we used to enjoy snow days? I sure do, especially as I stare at my computer screen. During snow days in Ohio, where I'm from, we'd race to the nearest sledding hill, trying to be the first to shred down it. As of my morning commute, nobody had deflowered Crescent Hill's best hill, which slopes from Barret Traditional Middle School down to Galt Avenue. Who's going to be first?
Also, here are the five best sleds, in order:
1. Red Ryder wooden sled
2. Inner tube
3. Plastic sled
4. Trash can lid
5. Piece of cardboard
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