21 Roadside Statues
Roadside statues are delightful vacation diversions. These larger-than-life creations were known for putting small unknown towns on the maps of every highway traveler. Learn about some of America's most popular roadside statues.
5 Weekend Destinations In Saskatchewan · Kenton de Jong Travel
The past few weeks have been really busy for me, with a lot more time at the office and a lot less time travelling. Thankfully, the weekend is just...
Road Trip to Circle Lake Diefenbaker, Saskatchewan
Explore Lake Diefenbaker on an exciting Saskatchewan road trip around the lake. Visit photogenic spots, do some fishing, hiking or boating, and visit three provincial parks.
Battle Creek Road Trip - History and Spectacular Scenery
East of the lake, the pavement turns to gravel and the road name changes to Battle Creek Road. Pullouts with interpretive signs indicate points of interest, such as Police Point Slump, site of a massive landslide where the valley wall gave way in 1967. Farther along, a cairn marks the grave of Constable Marmaduke Graburn of the North West Mounted Police. In 1879, he had the dubious distinction of being the first Mountie in Canada to be shot and killed on duty. His murderer was never found.
Louis Riel: Canadian Fugitive or Hero? | An Historian About Town
A look at the Canadian and Manitoban historical figure and founder, Louis Riel, and why he is such an interesting figure to study!