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“But because a unplowable layer of ice had formed on streets - called "hardpack" - they will need more salting and hopefully higher temperatures to facilitate melting.”
“In theory, the red sludge is put into a holding pond, where water evaporates and turns it into a hardpack that can be used for construction projects.”
“Once you got off the fairways, it was wiregrass and hardpack sand.”
“There was only one way to get to Chiron, and that was by a hardpack road, six miles long from the desert floor and barely wide enough for a single truck, that meandered up the mountainside.”
“The wide, dark horizon, the pale hardpack of stones and pebbles, the drifts of sand.”
“If it's just slippery hardpack, there usually aren't problems for the majority of road users.”
“It was a lot of fun hardpack through trees with some roots and small jumps thrown in to boot.”
“If you like fast, pumpy descents with some hardpack, some technical and a lot of rolling pedaling sections makes me giggle just thinking about it, this is the trail for you.”
“After a short ride across the hardpack snow from Ives 'house, we reach the shore of the Arctic Ocean and head out onto the shore ice.”
“Just a thought: we are all, after all, much more alike than, say. powder, hardpack and slush.”
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Words and phrases from Lynn Flewelling's book, Stalking Darkness.
Environmental Ice and Snow
(excluding all the food ice)
I love snow. Send me as much as you can.
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