- v. Simple past tense and past participle of snowshoe.
“We all snowshoed for the first time and we were probably the oldest group of people actually playing in the "snowplay" area.”
“For Ghost Hunter she snowshoed in the trails of elk and reindeer in -18 degrees in the Finnish Lapland midwinter.”
“On the first day of field work, we snowshoed to the research site with Iona strapped on.”
“In addition to snowboarding that week we snowshoed and hiked along some of the 250km of footpaths that this mountain area provides.”
“Stories told by friends who can remember when the only north-south road in Idaho would be closed during bad weather, friends whose grandparents snowshoed across country.”
“Even though he stuck the rifle up under his shirt to thaw the pin spring and walked in circles until daybreak, there was nothing doing, so he said the hell with it and snowshoed 2 miles back to the road.”
“Even if all the others survived only because George Back, that confounded, oversexed midshipman, had snowshoed 1,200 miles to bring back supplies and — more important than supplies — more Indians to feed and care for Franklin and his dying party.”
“Khatami and the rest of the group were already jogging in comical snowshoed strides toward the bluff while Mog and Klisiewicz bickered at the base of the glacier.”
“Orienteering north from the Snowbowl ski area five miles northwest of Flagstaff, I snowshoed through the pine trees for two hours, following the 10,000-foot contour until I entered a meadow at the base of a long snowfield.”
“On the third day Dale and Clare snowshoed down to the county highway, but it was immediately obvious that although plows had come along the day before, the wind and fresh snow the night before had closed the road again.”
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