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You can tell it is getting close to St Patrick's Day. In the northern climes of the U.S., the leprechauns that emigrated during the potato famine started a tradition of building small snowmen in early March.
This one has generated some controversy. There is one school of thought that this sculpture was created by the Welsh cousins of the Leprechauns. The thinking is that the dog shown here is very much like a Welsh Corgi. If true, this is the first recorded instance of a small snow sculpture created by non-Irish descended wee people. If not true, then there may be a culture shift developing within the Leprechaun community that may require further research.
Also by Michael Kenney
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