That’s right. Anchorage, which is usually up to its neck in snow by this time of year doesn’t have enough snow for the ceremonial start to the world famous Iditarod sled-dog race. So in order to remedy the situation, race officials utilized trains to bring in tons upon tons of snow from Fairbanks to get the race going.

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