News Tribune reporter Craig Hill holds a video camera in one hand and his tether in the other as he slides across Qwest Field Thursday morning, November 16, 2006. He was an early rider of "Stadium Zip-Line" which will available for $10 to those who attend the Washington Ski & Snowboard Expo Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Qwest Plaza (formerly called the Stadium Exhibition Center) in Seattle.
News Tribune reporter Craig Hill holds a video camera in one hand and his tether in the other as he slides across Qwest Field Thursday morning, November 16, 2006. He was an early rider of "Stadium Zip-Line" which will available for $10 to those who attend the Washington Ski & Snowboard Expo Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Qwest Plaza (formerly called the Stadium Exhibition Center) in Seattle. Peter Haley Staff photographer
News Tribune reporter Craig Hill holds a video camera in one hand and his tether in the other as he slides across Qwest Field Thursday morning, November 16, 2006. He was an early rider of "Stadium Zip-Line" which will available for $10 to those who attend the Washington Ski & Snowboard Expo Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Qwest Plaza (formerly called the Stadium Exhibition Center) in Seattle. Peter Haley Staff photographer

A stadium line you won't mind

November 17, 2006 12:00 AM

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