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Levin rose to his feet, took off his overcoat, and scurrying over the rough ice round the hut, came out on the smooth ice and skated without effort, as it were, by simple exercise of will, increasing and slackening speed and turning his course.
If not, the meat freezes so solidly as to turn the edge of the sharpest knife, and a three-hundred-pound bear, frozen stiff, is no easy thing to put upon a sled and haul over the rough ice.
The loaded sleigh had to be humoured among the rough ice, and the dogs sat down and looked hungrily at the seal instead of pulling.
He plunged through the wooded breast of the island, flew down to the lower end, crossed a back channel filled with rough ice to another island, gained a third island, curved back to the main river, and in desperation started to cross it.
The baskets contained roast fowls, buffalo's tongue (an exquisite dainty, by the way), ham, bread, cheese, and butter; biscuits, champagne, sherry; lemons and sugar for punch; and abundance of rough ice.
Rough ice, caved-in banks, shelf ice, overflow, and winter storms can lead to miles-long detours or can even close the road completely for days.
From Pond Inlet we headed south along the coast, winding our way through rough ice and pressure ridges, passing huge icebergs trapped in the shore ice.
3 Repeat every 30 minutes until the whole tray is full of rough ice crystals.
Slowed by a combination of deep snow and rough ice - and running low on food and fuel supplies - the cyclists opted to cross the lake to the more populated west shore near Severobaikalsk.
Sure enough, the flat pans that we had enjoyed over the last few days disappeared and we soon found ourselves in an area of rough ice and our first leads in more than 50 miles.
As older rough ice (five-six years old) has rapidly disappeared, it has left behind younger, thinner and faster melting ice (one-two years old).