I hope no one got hurt. Yikes!
Scary. :-) I used to do stuff like that when I was kid, and I loved it. My Wordless Wednesday: Tribute to Heath Ledger
Looks like the are having so much fun! ?I hope no one got hurt though. Happy WW!
Hopefully there won't be any excursions to the emergency room soon!
I always knew you were clever. Now I know you're the most popular mom on the block, too!
This made me laugh! :-)
I just love creativity!
Hey, that looks like fun!Come on over and guess the identify of my discriminated against female at History Is Elementary
Now that looks like fun!Cheers
woo hoo! i'll put your deck of death up against my driveway of pain (which ends in the street....cars, anyone?) any day....!okay, i think yours wins. but i'm still voting for helmets.
Reminds me of the "cliff" that our home was on the top of in CO. We would sled down it over the big pieces of shale and the sage bushes that stuck up through the snow. If you steered the wrong way, you ran into some farm implements at the bottom. Sage doesn't taste very good, btw, but it tastes a lot better than rusty steel.Oh, and yes, we had/have good parents. They didn't realize what we were doing. (he he)
LOL! The title alone made me laugh!
Kids are so creative!
hehe we have lots of hills nearby but the kids still try sliding down our steps!
That looks like something my brothers would have sent me down :)
LOL!!!!! Black diamond in your own backyard : D
That's awesome! Looks like a blast :)
Now see, I must be a bad mother because while other people's first thought was worrying about kids getting hurt, my first thought was , "Cool! I wish we had more steps on our deck!"
Fun idea! My kids were using there sled to slide down our slide!I know the dangers of fences and sledding...after our first "real snow" last yr I took the kids to the park...this was maybe their first experience sledding...and it turned bad awful quick.There was a chain link fence at the bottom of the hill - but I figured if my dd started heading that way, I'd just stop her.Well the sled went too fast for me to catch her and yes she ploughed into the fence. Knocked the wind out of her. Scared us both half to death. Thankfully no lasting injuries...she was pretty shaken up. For about a week after she complained of pain in her back. She recovered fully - but I sure won't make that mistake again. And actually about 10 min after the incident - she was happily sledding.
Love this! I would have totally done this when i was young - I wouldn't try this as an adult - or would i?
Yet more proof there's a God.I often say it's simply a miracle that any of us lives to adulthood.That does look fun though.
Now THAT is funny!:)Jolanthe
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