One of my readers in Europe wrote asking whether one could learn to walk on air by starting on water, on water because it is softer if you don't miss. His example was:
Gute Frage, Volker.
So here or "hier" in Canada, I use a Canada goose, one of the snowbirds that is quite common here or hier.
It appears to work, and at about the same height above ground that I achieved. However, when I asked a student to try this watery technique these were the results:
I think "Ouch"! Probably difficult to get speed up with the snow-shoe size footwear. The Canada goose footprint is comparable to my running shoe size footprint.
Any other questions or comments?