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One way to pray for snow

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(Courtesy Kimberly Tourism and James Archibald)

Some devoted powder hounds in Kimberley are taking the opportunity to call on the Norse god of winter to grant another winter of excellent snow.
   
Ullr Dag is the Norse pagan god of snow and all things winter.
 
James Archibald, the event organizer, says a bonfire in his name is being hosted Friday night at the Kimberley Alpine Resort.

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