Saskatchewan Canada (2)

Saskatchewan is known for its’ wide flat land.

A common joke is that “You can watch the dog run away from home for hours.”

 A common joke is that “You can watch the dog run away from home for hours.”

 

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A lonely bale of hay.

 

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Canola fields

 

 

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Sunset on the prairies

 

 

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Winter. The only colours visible on an overcast day is white, grey, brown and black.

 

 

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It’s an overcast day

 

 

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The crooked bush. The grove of deformed trees, located near Hafford, SK., has been a curiosity for a large number of geneticists. From genetic mutation to alien visits were used as explanation for these trees. (I liked the alien idea myself.)

 

 

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A stone angel sits amongst the trees

 

 

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A small lakes surrounded by evergreen trees are predominant in Northern Saskatchewan. This area is Elk Ridge, which is a small Golf Community.

 

 

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In Northern Saskatchewan, the foliage is deep in greenery.

 

 

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A closeup view of the beautiful north

 

 

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Mushrooms that are probably not edible but sure are pretty

 

 

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Waskesiu Lake is part of the Prince Albert National Park. This park is one of the most popular summer resort in Saskatchewan.

 

 

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Waskesui Lake

 

 

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Not only evergreens cover the north, Birch trees are in abundance.

 

 

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and bogs

 

 

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