DrFumblefinger visits this tribute to the suffrage movement, which in Canada was spear-headed in Manitoba. Nellie McClung was an important figure in helping Canadian women gain voting rights.
DrFumblefinger explored some country roads on the Canadian prairies this past summer and shares photos of some of what he saw.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of the newest National Museum in Canada, completed in 2014, which is also the only National Museum outside of Ottawa.
DrFumblefinger shares a few snapshots of street murals he encountered while driving around Winnipeg this past year.
DrFumblefinger visits the Grand Staircase at the Manitoba Legislative Building in Winnipeg.
Surprised at how much ice remained in the bays of Lake Winnipeg in Mid-May, the presence of ice and cold water didn't stop these hardy Canadian youngsters from enjoying the sunny day and a chance to float on a small iceberg.
DrFumblefinger finally stops at and explores a small country church he's driven by hundreds of times.
DrFumblefinger discusses how changes in grain storage have transformed the prairie landscape, with the old iconic wooden elevators all but having completely disappeared.
DrFumblefinger noted the increasing presence of canola fields on the Canadian prairies this past summer, a reflection of the popularity of canola cooking oil.
Ottoman stumbled upon this amazing sight while visiting his father a few days ago.
DrFumblefinger revisits the small town of Pine Falls. Situated on the banks of the Winnipeg River, it was a place he used to fish at in his younger years. A bonus was the discovery of a great old steam locomotive.
A nostalgic visit to Victoria Beach, where DrFumblefinger's family had a summer vacation home so long ago. Had it changed much over the years??
An up close look at an osprey on its nesting platform. Osprey are commonly called fish eagles and are very adept at catching fish -- which lazier bald eagles often steal from them.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of a lovely beach, and the mystery of a large boulder suddenly appeared on it.
Gumbo was visiting Historic Lower Fort Garry, situated on the banks of the Red River about a half hour's drive north of Winnipeg. Built in 1830 by the Hudson's Bay company, part of then Rupert's Land, the stone wall fort if well preserved an a popular Canadian Historic site.