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The Smiles Never Stopped

Sledapalooza in Seeley Lake

 

February 1, 2018

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Kolten ZurMuehlen taking one of his epic falls while sledding down the High Hill run. Spectators Jayla Nuckolis and Monika Davis watch from above. Around 30 people came for the seventh annual Seldapalooza at the Marx family home in Seeley Lake. More photos and full story see page 6.

SEELEY LAKE – Toting a sled to top of the hill was a small price to pay for the thrill of flying down the hill behind the Marxes' home in Seeley Lake. The most adventurous tried to catch the most air off the air-time jump while the younger children stuck to the kiddie hill at the seventh annual Sledapalooza.

Shana and Kyle Marx started hosting the Sledapalooza sledding party when their son Finn was three-years-old.

"I have wonderful memories of sledding parties when I was a kid," wrote Shana in an email.

Their backyard is a steep hill with a nice flat run-out. They put hay bales in front...



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