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Charlie Ramstad takes to the Birkie trails in Wisconsin, after Storm Seneca dumped up to 14 inches of snow. PHOTO BY KAREN SKOYLES

Surviving the Birkie and Seneca

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The 41st American Birkebeiner was held last Saturday in Wisconsin, with a handful of Detroit Lakes’ skiers making the trip through a treacherous snow storm.

DL’s Karen Skoyles writes about her first-hand account of the weekend, which is one of the largest Nordic skiing events in the United States.

The communities of Cable and Hayward, Wis., have hosted the American Birkebeiner for the past 41 years. 

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