Snowball Fight From 1896 is Joyful Mayhem

Snowball Fight From 1896 is Joyful Mayhem

Growing up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, epic snowball fights were pretty much a daily ritual in the winter. You have to do something with the 200+ inches of snow that fall each year and after using it to build giant forts, dangerous ski jumps and effigies of Heikki Lunta, the mythical Finnish snow god of the U.P., there was nothing left to do except throw it at each other.

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