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Snowshoe

a recently recognized cat breed; it is a medium- to large-sized cat with blue eyes, and coat color similar to a sealpoint or bluepoint Siamese, but with a white nose, chin, and ventral midline, and white boots on all feet.
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Of the numerous cultural gifts left to us by Native Americans, snowshoes may be the most useful.
The snowshoe concept dates back thousands of years.
To traverse the snow in snowshoes, if possible, walk in the steps made by the person in front of you.
Making their snowshoes outside of Colorado was never an option.
A budget version for people who weigh less than 90kg, these snowshoes will keep you upright and offer a taste of this outdoors activity.
Learn about snowshoes, bindings, footwear and off-trail techniques from professional guide and naturalist Dave Walp.
Snowshoes change colors to hide from foxes and other predators.
You can bring your own snowshoes, but I'd suggest coughing up the five bucks and using the old wooden snowshoes that the Park Service provides, some dating back to the 1940s.
His twin brother Hamza added: "We will only collect what we would have earned after the hike, depending on the number of kilometres we actually manage to cover on snowshoes.
Summary: DUBAI -- While most families from Dubai will be enjoying their spring break in their usual luxury destinations, four young boys will be facing sub-freezing temperatures on snowshoes to raise Dh500,000.
Back at the nature center, we strapped on snowshoes and headed out onto the trails.
Colorado-based Crescent Moon Snowshoe Company makes snowshoes with easy-to-use, adjustable bindings, a lightweight, durable platform and a three-claw crampon system.