Country Inn & Suites O'Hare South
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... We will properly kitted up because it is very cold. Two persons to the sledge. One stands behind on the sledge ,he's called the masher. You put your 2 feet onto rails and you grab onto a handlebar. There is a metal bar you can step on, it has to spikes and that will dig into the snow And that will act as a brake. There is also a piece of rubber, like a rubber mat which you can step on if you want to go slightly slower. When you go downhill you need ...