Snow tubing is fun to do with the family, or great to do on your own. Buck Hill has opened their lanes for snow tubing, Jennifer Mayerle reports (4:11) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Jan. 9, 2021

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Buck Hill Opens Lanes For Snow TubingSnow tubing is fun to do with the family, or great to do on your own. Buck Hill has opened their lanes for snow tubing, Jennifer Mayerle reports (4:11) WCCO 4 Saturday Morning - Jan. 9, 2021
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