Families Enjoy Mid-Winter Break At The Hills

sledding lkwd tlsVIDEO: Hundreds of Lakewood families enjoyed some quality family time today by spending their mid-Winter break sledding down the hills at the Avenues Of The Americas. The hills are located between Cedarbridge Avenue and Pine Street.

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  1. Enjoy it as legislature will soon require seatlbelts and helmets at all time ‘for our safety.’ Failure to comply will be enforced with first offenders $100 fine, second time $250 with mandatory court appearance.

    Just a matter of time…..

  2. drive down clifton past where it turns into cedar bridge – on your left you will see a fire station on your right will be ave. of the states. make a right and drive a little till you see the hills.

    Chaim Yankel, I don’t think that we should have to pay, but it is a little dangerous. When you go snow tubing they make you sign away your life to protect themselves since things do happen. And thats on hills that are prepared for this – who knows whats sticking out of the snow here that we don’t see. There are trees at the bottom of this hill – i hope the kids can stop moving in time. I live right there and have thought about taking my kids but I am a little to scared.

  3. it is ‘tounge in cheek’

    Glad you can think on your own and don’ t require the brilliant ‘govenrment people’ dictating to us how to run our life.

  4. Been there . It is a tragedy waiting to happen, Lo Aleinu.

    You travel really fast into big trees that don’t move out of your way.
    Many experienced skiers, boarders, and “tubers” know that trees can kill. H’Y.
    Helmets are a real good idea. Even a bike helmet.

  5. After wathching this video it behooves me to bring to the olams attention that bobby pins can be worn to prevent the constant reacurance of the yarmulka drop! 🙂

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