Today’s report is from Lincoln Park. It was well packed down yesterday, and frozen rock-hard today. So, the speed on the way down is totally out of control, and the ride is full of solid bumps that threaten to permanently damage one’s sphincter ani externus muscle.
At the bottom of the hill is a giant slush pond. If you abort your mission and jump out of the sled, you increase the odds of experiencing the aforementioned injury. If you stay in your sled, get ready to be wet.
All in all, it’s still fun. And nine times out of ten, when kids crash into a tree and say, “I can’t feel my legs,” they’re just trying to get attention.