Okay... my husband and I are having a debate about snowshoeing. He doesn't agree with my definition of what I believe that snowshoeing is. He doesn't agree with agreeing to disagree, so he encouraged me to post this and see where we go with this.
I'll tell you where this is derived from, though.
I took the kids out snowshoeing today from our house into North Pole.
We decided to take the snowmachine trail into town and back. He asked if we went on the slough and I told him no because there was overflow. He then said that it wasn't called snowshoeing.
So... what is snowshoeing?
Is it where you shoe and post hole to blaze a new trail?
Is it where you are on a packed trail that is of snow?
Is it both?
Is it neither?
Clear it up for us so that we can get on with this... that he just isn't right and that's that.