Hunter Kuehn, right, works with his classmates from Sanderson High School to build a luge in the cul de sac on Inlet Place in North Raleigh on Jan 29. Kuehn and six other friends worked through the day, shoveling and packing snow, spraying it a mist of water and waiting for temperatures to drop to produce a fast sliding surface.
Hunter Kuehn, right, works with his classmates from Sanderson High School to build a luge in the cul de sac on Inlet Place in North Raleigh on Jan 29. Kuehn and six other friends worked through the day, shoveling and packing snow, spraying it a mist of water and waiting for temperatures to drop to produce a fast sliding surface. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Hunter Kuehn, right, works with his classmates from Sanderson High School to build a luge in the cul de sac on Inlet Place in North Raleigh on Jan 29. Kuehn and six other friends worked through the day, shoveling and packing snow, spraying it a mist of water and waiting for temperatures to drop to produce a fast sliding surface. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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