The Literal Leave No Trace of Snowshoeing

A piece I wrote for Snowshoe Magazine was published yesterday. Check it out at the link:

An excerpt:

“Snowshoeing is, in some ways, like surfing. When a surfer paddles and catches a wave, the wave face is marked, initially, by the board sliding down it. A trail of sorts is left behind, the ocean water having been cut or carved, if you will. As the wave rolls to shore and the next wave comes in, though, that carved line dissipates into nothingness. It is, for all intents and purposes, gone.”

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