Prairie Winter Highway by Paul Galipeau.  This is the view I have when I leave Winnipeg airport in February/March for my holiday with my sister in Mexico - it's always nice to see how the snow gives way to green spaces the further south we fly.

Prairie Winter Highway by Paul Galipeau. This is the view I have when I leave Winnipeg airport in February/March for my holiday with my sister in Mexico - it's always nice to see how the snow gives way to green spaces the further south we

Souris Swinging Bridge    Souris, Manitoba, Canada

Souris Swinging Bridge, Manitoba - Canada's longest historical suspension bridge (measuring 582 feet or meters)

The Prairies (Canada). 'Solitude reigns in Canada’s middle ground. Driving through the flatlands of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta turns up wheat, swaying wheat, and then more wheat, punctuated by the occasional grain elevator rising up in relief. Far-flung towns for respite include arty Winnipeg, boozy Moose Jaw and Mountie-filled Regina, sprinkled with Ukrainian and Scandinavian villages.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/canada/manitoba

Paul's Anglican Church, Highway 26 in Baie St Paul Parish, Rural Municipality of St. Francois Xavier - Manitoba, Canada, Photo by Erin L.

Steep Rock, Manitoba, Canada

Steep Rock is located about 2 hours north of Winnipeg on the shores of Lake Manitoba. by Darren Fast of Winnipeg, Manitoba

The Happy Rock...... Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada

Happy Rock (aka Glad Stone) is a roadside attraction in Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada. It is on the northeast side of Highway The large statue also serves as the visitor information centre for the town. The Happy Rock.

Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

The northern lights (aurora borealis), Churchill, Manitoba. Read about this place yesterday, the polar bear capital of the world.

Picture of Hudson Bay Inukshuk Landmark Manitoba

The sun begins to set on an inukshuk situated on the shores of Hudson Bay in the town of Churchill, Manitoba. The inukshuk is a stone landmark traditionally used by northern aboriginal peoples to mark a route through the tundra of the arctic.

Louis Riel is the founder of the province of Manitoba. Legislature, Winnipeg.

Louis David Riel Statue ~ (located outside the legislative building) " Riel was the founder of the province of Manitoba, and a political and spiritual leader of the Métis people of the Canadian prairies.

The River Trail at The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Photo by Krypton Photography Winnipeg, via Flickr

The River Trail at The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada World class warming hut completion happens here

Sailing Lake, Whiteshell Provincial Park

Sailing lake, Whiteshell Provincial park Explore on November 2007 Added to the Cream of the Crop pool as most interesting.

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