DIY Pulks worked out well in Norway (phew)

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randoskier
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DIY Pulks worked out well in Norway (phew)

Post by randoskier » Fri May 04, 2018 3:17 pm

But I saw a beautiful wooden pulk a retired Swedish army officer had, in birch, with birch traces- they still make them too- http://segebadenpulkan.se/en/products/p ... lk-bp.html Now I have pulk envy!!!! First pic- left foot in Norway, right foot in Sweden- on the Gjefsjo lake. (note: no wall)
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Re: DIY Pulks worked out well in Norway (phew)

Post by 1EyedJack » Mon May 07, 2018 1:54 pm

Great country for a pulk.
I peeked at the pulk website. Awesome sled.
The Sno Shoe Hiker is intriguing, also.
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Re: DIY Pulks worked out well in Norway (phew)

Post by lowangle al » Thu May 10, 2018 11:07 am

I would love to have one of those birch sleds.

That looks like a great place for a ski trip Rando, thanks for sharing.

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