The last thing you'd expect to find in Canada is a desert. Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park. 100 km of desert dunes along Athabasca Lake in Northern Saskatchewan. http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/travel/travel_magazine/mar09/athabasca_sand_dunes.asp

Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park has approximately 100 kilometres of desert along Athabasca Lake in Northern Saskatchewan.

University Bridge, Saskatoon

Our Tehran bridge But it has to count the hight of ships specially Cruse measurment us super important

Prickly Pear and Ball Cactus along the canyon rim of the South Saskatchewan River near Leader Saskatchewan, Canada

Prickly Pear and Ball Cactus along the canyon rim of the South Saskatchewan River near Leader Saskatchewan, Canada. The Canadian prairie has its own special beauty.

Near Saskatchewan's Churchill River.

Nistowiak Falls, at 10 metres, is the highest waterfall in the province of Saskatchewan. The falls are on the Rapid River, which flows north into the Churchill River from Iskwatikan Lake. Nistowiak is a Cree word referring to the convergence of waters.

Mystery Rocks on private land southwest of Fort Walsh, Cypress Hills Park, Saskatchewan, Canada

Arguably Saskatchewan's most famous waterfall, Nistowiak Falls is a 10 metre drop on the Rapid River as it runs into the Churchill below Stanley Mission.

The Snow Birds, stationed at the Canadian Airforce Base, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada - I love the flybys they do in Ottawa every Canada Day :)

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