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  • In this novel — an artistically ambitious, though seriously entertaining, response to the facts of global warming — Mr. McEwan has a lot of fun with some rides on a "skidoo" snow vehicle, but the main purpose of the episode is to show how fragile human cooperation can be, as anarchy engulfs the organization of the boot room, where the team's crucial frostbite-preventing clothing is kept.

    From Steamy Italy to Frozen Fjords

  • Rides in our snow groomers and on the skidoo were a big hit, and for the youngsters, sled rides with huskies were a huge highlight - the huskies were on their best behaviour. "

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  • We were somewhat limited in our choice because they had to be accessible to the beginner group, so the tempting restaurant on Gers lake Le Refuge de Gers, +33 4 5089 5514 towards the end of the Cascades – reached by skidoo!

    Couples ski holiday in the French Alps

  • During the winter months we would skidoo into the camp (No road in just fields), and hunt yotes for weekends at a time.

    Your Story!

  • Twenty-three skidoo, nineteen and care fare to you, Daddy-O!

    Think Progress » Let The Cameras Roll

  • But only on a skidoo. on February 21, 2010 at 3: 16 pm shijuro paint balling is a sport, one of the defences to assault is consent and sport is listed as one of the exemptions …

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  • I want to buy a gps for my husband for his birthday – do they work on a skidoo and a quad as well as in the car ?

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  • Many of the impacts of the skidoo were unfavorable.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • And that is only for the summer months, in winter the bicycle track becomes a skidoo trail, hiking the river bank turns into cross country skiing, fishing turns into ice-fishing, and the birds, nature and wildlife to be seen and heard all change drastically.

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  • Nifty fifty on Kerouac's birthday. 23 skidoo . . .

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  • During the winter, I ride a skidoo.

    July 20, 2009

  • "It is a very remote and inhospitable region. It was visited briefly in 1961 by American scientists but no one had returned until this season when Julian Scott and Rob Bingham and colleagues from the British Antarctic survey spent 97 days camping on the flat, white ice. At times, the temperature got down to minus 30C and strong winds made work impossible.
    When the weather improved, the researchers spent most of their time driving skidoos across the flat, featureless ice.
    'We drove skidoos over it for something like 2,500km each and we didn't see a single piece of topography.'"
    - 'Antarctic glaciers surge to ocean' on BBC website, Martin Redfern, 26 Feb 2008.

    February 26, 2008