On this Remembrance/Veteran's Day, DrFumblefinger shares a visit to a memorial site in Saskatchewan.
Gumbo was visiting the Provincial Legislative Building in Regina, Saskatchewan. It features the country's largest provincial capital on a spacious grounds, with nice views across Wascana Lake.
DrFumblefinger visits "Regina Lace", a two piece work of art installed outside Regina's City Hall.
DrFumblefinger will remember 2020, in part, as the year the statues came down around the globe.
DrFumblefinger explores some of the sights in historic downtown Moose Jaw.
DrFumblefinger is charmed by the small prairie town of Wolseley, Saskatchewan, home to both a swinging bridge and an Opera House.
DrFumblefinger visits Crescent Park, a lovely 28-acre park in downtown Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Mac the Moose is the symbol for the Canadian city of Moose Jaw. For the longest time, Mac was the largest moose in the world. That title was recently snatched by a Norwegian Moose!
DrFumblefinger enjoys prairie grain elevators and was delighted to find the tourist information center in Grenfell to be made to look like one.
DrFumblefinger wanders the streets of Moose Jaw and shares photos of some of its four dozen historic murals (and a few signs that caught his eye)
DrFumblefinger was driving across the flat Canadian Prairies and was heading into these stormclouds at dusk.
DrFumblefinger spotted this Mazda SUV in a parking lot and was captivated by its unusual paint job.
DrFumblefinger discusses how changes in grain storage have transformed the prairie landscape, with the old iconic wooden elevators all but having completely disappeared.
A beautiful photograph of a prairie night sky is our featured Pic of the Day, from Pierre Renault.
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