Blizzards blanket

Snow storms--because there's nothing like waking up and finding you can not get out of the house to go to work or school, so you should just go back to bed where it's warm and comfy. Snow by David Sun on Fivehundredpx

Icebergs on Lake Winnipeg Manitoba

Antarctica - Iceberg stripes are formed by layers of snow that react to different conditions. Blue stripes are often created when a crevice in the ice sheet fills up with melt water and freezes so quickly that no bubbles form.

Aurora over Pinawa, Manitoba, Canada. #northern_lights #Canada #travel

The faint glow of the small town of Pinawa, Manitoba turns the sky purple and pink while the Auroras push their way through the clouds.

The North Dakota Peace Gardens is dedicated to world peace and America’s peaceful border with Canada. The garden has a 2,339 acre span and over 150,000 flowers. The US and Canada have been at peace for about 200 years and still are today. From this picture you can tell that this beautiful garden reflects and represents North Dakota and its beauty.

Top Midwest Arboretums and Botanical Gardens

March 4, 1966 Winnipeg, Manitoba blizzard.

"I believe there's a train under here somewhere!" A March 1966 blizzard nearly buried utility poles in North Dakota. This is a LOT of snow! / Photo by Bill Koch, ND State Highway Dept.

Winnipeg: Come for the culture...Stay because your car won't start!

December The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, IA) QUOTE OF THE DAY “It’s the only town where you can watch your dog run away for three days.” - Toronto Maple Leaf Coach Pat Burns about the flat terrain of Winnipeg

The Rotunda in the Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Tyndall stone, a creamy coloured limestone quarried in Garson, Manitoba that has worked its way into everything from the Manitoba legislative buildings to my Grandparents' home.

Esplanade Riel Pedestrian Bridge, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Esplanade Riel Pedestrian Bridge, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Festival du Voyageur - Winnipeg, Manitoba

Festival du Voyageur - Winnipeg, Manitoba took place February to March at Provencher Park, with an estimated attendance of people.

Festival du Voyageur celebrates the history of the fur trade and ongoing vibrant contribution of the French-Canadian community to Western Canada's cultural landscape. One of the largest outdoor festivals in Canada throughout the winter months, Festival features French-Canadian music, interpretive theatre, and traditional cuisine, just to name a few. With programs specially designed for schools, Festival is something our students look forward to year after year.

Festival du Voyageur celebrates the history of the fur trade and ongoing vibrant contribution of the French-Canadian community to Western Canada's cultural landscape. One of the largest outdoor festivals in Canada throughout the winter months, Festival features French-Canadian music, interpretive theatre, and traditional cuisine, just to name a few. With programs specially designed for schools, Festival is something our students look forward to year after year.

Grosvenor Square by Carla Dyck - shot in Winnipeg, Canada

Grosvenor Square by Carla Dyck - shot in Winnipeg. Notice the snow on the ground & rooftops.

Festival Du Voyageur: Coming Soon to a Snowbank Near You!

Festival Du Voyageur: Begins soon in Winnipeg Man.

Sandbar! Manitoba!

Skirted by dunes and beach, the sand bars and shallow waters of Lake Winnipeg beckon in Grand Beach Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada.

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