The Inuit have many words for snow. On the Internet i find that this is kind of a myth. Well i have to go up North and ask them my self, because to me it makes very much sense to have many words for snow. And i believe they do.
Today i want to talk about 'aput' meaning, 'snow on the ground'.
Lately the 'aput' has changed because of the weather. Because of the warm weather and now cold, the top layer of snow has become a crust. Walking in it very uncomfortable, because the crust is not strong enough to hold me.
That's where snowshoes come in very handy. I snowshoed all the trails around the house.