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Well some lovely little event happened to me the other day. I didn't get to cleaning the snow off the roof of the garage. The other day it got warm and made the snow severely heavy. Of course I keep my sled inside. I came home from school and noticed the whole thing collapsed. Well my sled is now crushed. Thank god insurance was invented. I can fix up the crushed one maybe(have to check it's "fixability" once we get it out). Plus I could probably also buy a new one. I'll get some pictures on here eventually to see the wrath that has been done.
 

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that really does suck. We have a slate roof on our house so it always slides off within 24 hrs of being on there, then we have to shovel it off the porch roof quickly so it doesnt collapse. my parents are real anal about keeping the heavy snow off the roofs. But that really sucks, thank god you had insurance, I dont have insurance on my sled (not required, why bother, right?) and I keep it outside anyways (covered...most of the time).
 
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