Cabin Fever Days: Some favorites

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  • Alex Negron and Vincent Erickson celebrate after getting their sled across the line.

  • 1

    Pat Catellino and Nic Lee of Glacier Distilling are ready to race.

  • 2

    A toast at the starting line.

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    There’s more than one use for a keg.

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    Yep, that will work.

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    Steve Paugh, in top hat, get a push.

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    Pat Catellino and Nic Lee of Glacier Distilling, foreground, are off and running.

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    A working headlamp comes in handy.

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    An assortment of “liquid courage.”

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    A back seat and four snowboards make for a comfy sled.

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    Melissa Hulvat makes it across the line.

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    Steve Paugh gives a tip of the hat at the finish line.

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    Valida Holder races down Sugar Hill.

  • Alex Negron and Vincent Erickson celebrate after getting their sled across the line.

  • 1

    Pat Catellino and Nic Lee of Glacier Distilling are ready to race.

  • 2

    A toast at the starting line.

  • 3

    There’s more than one use for a keg.

  • 4

    Yep, that will work.

  • 5

    Steve Paugh, in top hat, get a push.

  • 6

    Pat Catellino and Nic Lee of Glacier Distilling, foreground, are off and running.

  • 7

    A working headlamp comes in handy.

  • 8

    An assortment of “liquid courage.”

  • 9

    A back seat and four snowboards make for a comfy sled.

  • 10

    Melissa Hulvat makes it across the line.

  • 11

    Steve Paugh gives a tip of the hat at the finish line.

  • 12

    Valida Holder races down Sugar Hill.

Despite temperatures in the low single digits and steady light snow, a merry band of racers and watchers turned out for the 41st annual Cabin Fever Days Bar Stool races Saturday on Sugar Hill in Martin City. Winds were actually light, compared to Columbia Falls, where it was howling. The races continue today (Sunday) at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. (finals). It should be cold again, but with light winds.

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