1. By DrData
    February 2, 2014 at 3:37 pm | permalink

    The person I saw pushing a stroller on William near the railroad tracks needed that.

  2. February 3, 2014 at 10:23 am | permalink

    It might not be evident from the photograph, but the ski-mounted stroller is more than just a pair of skis slapped on the bottom of the stroller. The skis are mounted at a “sweet spot” so that on snow-free pavement, it’s the wheels that engage the surface, because the skis are clear of the surface, and the stroller rolls. On surface covered with snow/slush, the wheels sink in, leaving the stroller to be supported on the skis.

  3. By Donna Estabrook
    February 3, 2014 at 5:57 pm | permalink

    In the late 1960s I lived Gjovik, Norway, a medium sized town. There was alot of snowfall there and the town didn’t plow the streets or clear the sidewalks. A regular accessory to a stroller was a pair of hollow runners that fit over the wheels thus converting the stroller into a sled. There was no snow-free pavement to worry about.