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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


December 29, 2001 - Issue 52


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Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


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 Winter days bring winter sports. Check out these sites to learn more about the games of winter.


Arctic Winter Games
The story of the Arctic Winter Games begins in 1967 on the occasion of the Canada Winter Games in Quebec City.


GORP - Skiing and Snowsports


Skiing in Canada!
This site contains information relating to some of the best alpine skiing on the planet - Skiing in Canada! Our goal is to be provide links and information on the skiing scene throughout Canada.


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Under the pastoral beauty of a blanket of fresh-fallen snow, the outdoors beckons. For a while, winter doesn't feel quite so cold, and people of all ages feel a sense of youthful excitement about bundling up and getting outside.


Windsport: Winter sports, ice sailing, kite surfing, skate sailing, ice boating, ice surfing
Ice boating and skate sailing are very old winter sports. The winter sport ice surfing was invented much later, when windsurfing became popular. Nowadays ice sailing stands for kite surfing or kite sailing, skate sailing, snow sailing, dn ice boat sailing and wingsailing.

The enormous appeal of the Winter Olympic Games creates several teachable moments for showing how science illuminates human activity. Now, for the first time ever, NTEN enables teachers to capitalize on these unique educational opportunities with NTEN minicourses.

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