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Synonyms for dog sled

a sled pulled by dogs

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Viajo en komatik y motonieve, desde Resolute Bay, en Cornwallis Island, hacia Grise Fiord (la comunidad canadiense mas septentrional de todas), en la isla Ellesmere.
Las condiciones del viaje no resultan mas comodas que viajar en el komatik.
El komatik azota con fuerza contra un surco, asciende otra vez y al virar rapidamente, se impacta contra un enorme bloque de hielo, quedando atascado el patin en ambos lados.
Las huellas de nuestro komatik se siguen a si mismas hacia lo inexplorado y lo invisible.
El komatik cruje y grune, como un vetusto navio en laborioso viaje en altamar.
Y las manchas de niebla helada, los contornos de la tierra y el hielo en surreal desaparicion, el komatik flotando quietamente a traves del silencio.
Es el silbar de los patines al pasar por la nieve, el quejido y grunido de un komatik bamboleante, rebotando sobre algo que no es una tersa hoja hecha de nieve sino una extension irregular toscamente dentada, constantemente rota e interrumpida por ella misma?
Some of the komatik remains were found in the vicinity of dwelling features of probable Neoeskimo age.
Given that locally available driftwood is fairly abundant, all of the komatik wood may have been derived from that source.
The komatik dates are also within the range of dates on caribou and muskox bones from Neoeskimo sites in the region (Le Mouel and Le Mouel, 2002; Savelle et al.
Each komatik is described below, and dimensions of individual pieces are indicated in Table 2.
Wooden komatik remains are rare in archaeological sites of the Canadian Arctic.
Within areas that we have surveyed, with the exception of the Cape Stang komatik, the apparent limitation of komatik remains to southwestern Victoria Island can reasonably be attributed to the far greater abundance of driftwood, especially large logs, in that region than elsewhere.
This fact is all the more remarkable when we consider that no Neoeskimo winter village is found within the entire region of komatik distribution, that even Neoeskimo summer occupation sites are small and rare there, and that Paleoeskimo sites are exceeding abundant.
The entire patrol of 24, approximately half active Canadian soldiers and the other half Inuit Rangers, joined forces at Resolute, where they constructed their komatiks (sledges) and packed each with 907 kg, the necessary supplies for the entire trip.