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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Bruce Waugh (above) and his sculpting partner David Dureault are the master minds behind the snow sculpter built outside the Douglas Recreation Centre for Christmas celebrations. Using snow from Twin Rinks, it took the pair six hours to build the melting structure. Waugh, who is a painting contractor by trade, has been building ice sculpters, sand castles and massive pumpkin carvings as a hobby since the late 1980s. - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Bruce Waugh (above) and his sculpting partner David Dureault are the master minds behind the snow sculpter built outside the Douglas Recreation Centre for Christmas celebrations. Using snow from Twin Rinks, it took the pair six hours to build the melting structure. Waugh, who is a painting contractor by trade, has been building ice sculpters, sand castles and massive pumpkin carvings as a hobby since the late 1980s.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
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