I just got back from a trip to Saskatchewan to visit three of my cousins who live in, and near, Saskatoon.
Just as Nova Scotia has several "must-see" places, from the lighthouse at Peggy's Cove, to the massive tides of the Bay of Fundy, this lovely Prairie province has its own iconic images.
|An abandoned grain elevator.|
|Snow Geese rising off a prairie pond.|
|Big sky and golden fields.|
And of course, I had to buy a souvenir T-shirt*.
* The joke goes that Saskatchewan is so flat that you can see your dog running away, for THREE days. BTW the outline around the lettering is the shape of the province. The other T-shirt I considered buying said: "Saskatchewan--easy to draw--hard to spell".
to be continued ...