The world inventions; The case and the history of the toboggan!

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We are having it funny and interesting and exciting when it is snow and/or ice. And we can do what we want, but it should be legally oriented. And we are doing things in different things during the four seasons that we have, and these seasons are depending on how the earth is placed in relation to the sun.

So, why are we using the toboggans, what is the purpose of the toboggan? The first toboggans were small, utilitarian sledges used by woodcutters in Russia, Scandinavia, and especially Germany, to transport logs when the snow made roads inaccessible. So, transporting logs was the first mission and actions with the toboggans, and we are using them when we want, and when other alternatives are too inaccessible. So, accessibility of things and brands, that is therefore we are using things with the human nature in the nature. And David Hume wrote about it, and he is maybe the greatest philosopher in the world ever since, and he came from Scotland.

Tobogganing as a sport probably originated on the slopes of Mount Royal in Montreal. During the late 1880s it spread to the United States, where it had considerable popularity until the early 1930s, when widespread enthusiasm for skiing brought about its popular decline. Using the toboggan is about coming from place A to place B, and there is a way to do this when we cannot use the cars, mopeds and motorcycles or whatever.

Tobogganing is a popular winter recreational pursuit in which participants coast on a sled down a snow- or icecovered slope. The word "toboggan" comes from the North American Algonquian term odabaggan, which means sled. The Algonquian Indians used this flat-bottomed wooden sled with a curved up front end to pull game and supplies across the winter landscape of snow or ice or rode upon it going downhill.

We can use the toboggan to travel from place to place, and we can transport goods and logs and whatever, and we should use it when it is practical, and that is when it is snow and/or ice. And we can do things alone or together when using the toboggan.

No skis? No problem! There are plenty of fun winter activities in countries with ice and/or snow, and there must be cold enough and low enough temperatures for getting ice and/or snow. From dog sledding and tobogganing to safari and steaming hot saunas, that is some of the exciting activities we can do, and we can do it where it is possible, and as humans we are humans organizing ourselves into our environments.

During winter, large parts of countries with low temperatures are usually transformed into a snow-covered haven for people who enjoy the great outdoors.

It’s no secret that skiing is deeply rooted in our traditions, and it’s still a big part of the domestic and the foreign lifestyle many places. However, there are many other fun things to do that don’t require skis, whether you’re travelling in the mountains, in a city, or along the coast.

The use of “toboggan” to mean “sled” dates back to 1829, a French-Canadian adaption of an Algonquian word. Because of the freezing conditions, toboggan riders often wore knit hats to keep warm. Hence, when it is cold outside in the nature, we like and appreciate finding the toboggan, and transporting humans, goods, logs and more and enjoying the time, the pleasure and freedom. And it is always exciting with all things we can use in the nature, and there is a product life cycle for any products, and accordingly we should learn about these things in properly ways, and that is a good philosophy in marketing and strategy, with getting to the target markets just as they are, and how they are developing through people’s lives.


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Sverre Larsen

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