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Beardmore Snowman Ontario
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World's Largest Snowman

This 35-foot landmark can't be missed greeting visitors upon arrival to the community of Beardmore on the western boundary of the Municipality of Greenstone. Armed with a fishing pole in the summer and a curling broom in the winter months, the snowman represents two of Beardmore's famous past-times, fishing and curling!

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Uploaded: 09/09/2010
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