Well boy's I had my first accident. Problem was I haven't been around enough to tell you about it. I had shoulder surgery on Dec 27th and I was all sorts of sore. Well on the Dec. 30th it decided to snow about 5 inches, so I decided fire the sled up and take a easy cruise only using one arm because my other arms in a sling thats attached to my waist. Once my sled was warm I took off down the treat and turned out of my neighborhood and head down the block. I took the ditch for awhile until I came onto another road that I was kind of unfamiliar with, but I figured I would be alright as I took off. Thinking that the culverts are in the middle of the field approach I took off and before I knew it I hit a hidden cement culvert with my right front A-Arm, pushing my ski directly towards my left ski. I was only doing ten miles an hour when I hit so lucky I didn't hurt my arm, but there I sat, unable to pull my sled away because I only had one arm. Luckily, a nice guy stopped and helped me pull my sled away. I could barely turn the ski's to the right and I bent my handle bars a little, but I made it home after that. Let her dry off in the garage and had a family friend come check it out. Apparently I bent the lower and upper control arms, but its hard to see. The only good thing is nothing is wrong with my bulkhead, shock, belly pan. Hell there wasn't even a scratch in any of them. It's gonna run me about 200 bucks for the parts, and a case a beer or two for my friend to fix the sled. Lesson of the day, don't go riding with too little snow, and 3 days out of a major shoulder surgery. I wish I had gotten pictures for ya fellas. I'll see what I can do when I head home for the weekend.