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Down hill runner

Chips in hand, Chase Clemont rockets down the hill on his saucer during a recent sledding expedition prior to the recent warm weather. Environment Canada is calling for a chance of more flurries Saturday and a gradual cooling trend. - Mark Brett/Western News
Chips in hand, Chase Clemont rockets down the hill on his saucer during a recent sledding expedition prior to the recent warm weather. Environment Canada is calling for a chance of more flurries Saturday and a gradual cooling trend.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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