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The Mining Journal: Walk on the snow and back in time

by | Jan 18, 2021 | News: Grants

Taking a step in a snowshoe is like taking a step back in time. Along with the wheel, snowshoes are one of the oldest inventions. Imagine life without the creation of snowshoes; much of our northern landscape would have been left unexplored…

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