Link of the week

Visit Minnesota’s How to Make Snow Shoes page

Sure, we in the United States just suffered through one of the hottest months of July on record. Texas is enduring a record streak of 100+ degree days.  We’re still only in mid-August.

It’s the perfect time to start building snow shoes!

This site, run by Minnesota Visitor dot com, gives the basic instructions on how a pair of traditional snow shoes using willow saplings, branches and rawhide or string.  Sure, it’s a tedious process, but I can guarantee that you’ll want to have them ready to roll once the first flakes start to fly!


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