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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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While it may appear after heavy use as if it is possible to "bareboot" or walk it without benefit of snowshoes, this practice is frowned upon by serious snowshoers as it leads to "postholing," or roughening of the trail from places where boots have fallen through.
Shearer, like housemate Tracey Jones, another snowshoer, is developmentally disabled.
One avalanche, at Granite Mountain, carried three snowshoers more than 1,200 feet, said Sgt.
CUTLINE: A 72-year-old snowshoer is carried out of the woods.
To their relief early Thursday, the trio of snowshoers heard the whistles of a search and rescue team that spent the night searching for them north of Willamette Pass.
Almost all of the Cross Country Ski Areas Association's cross country ski areas welcome snowshoers to their trails and lodges, but the CCSAA says it's always good to call ahead and check with individual resorts and trails to see if snowshoeing is allowed.
In return, our students were in great demand as babysitters and substitute teachers, and we were more than welcome at private and public celebrations, including 24-hour bonspiels and the Winter Carnival (where our snowshoers were valuable cannon fodder).
Skiers and snowshoers are welcome to recreate on the 9.
The woman, whose age or name was not released, was found face down in five feet of snow by a group of 12 snowshoers, King County Sheriff's Office Sgt.
30 Taunton Each spring at Squaw Valley, California, hundreds of Nordic skiers and snowshoers race up a mountain in the 'Billy Dutton Uphill', in honour of a local luminary.
In winter, snowmobilers, skiers and snowshoers move through denuded forests that are punctuated occasionally by the dark green of pine, fir or holly.
The three categories of the Raid des Cedres include a 45-kilometer race for skiers, a 30-kilometer race for skiers and one of 18 kilometers for snowshoers.