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Norwegian Visitor

Skies are the necessary transportation mode that the Norwegian Visitor uses to visit children in remote Norwegian villages at Christmas time. Sometimes woodland creatures join him, like the white hare that is happily gliding down the hill by his side. Santa’s knitted thick wool Norwegian sweater, hat and gloves keep him toasty warm during this long journey through a freezing night, while children are tucked under down comforters in warm beds, waiting his arrival.  Santa will be bringing an abundance of toys to place under the freshly cut tree that is decorated with tiny ornaments made of woven straw and hand carved animals. There may be a plate of buttered lefsa sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar waiting for Santa to nourish him through the rest of his journey on this busy winter night.

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