Saskatchewan, Canada - lonely country! The 'prairie province' of Canada, Saskatchewan has an total area of 251,700 square miles. The territory is liberally dotted by lakes, reservoirs and rivers. Major cities of this region include Regina, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Swift Current & North Battleford. Although the area is vast, the population is relatively small ~ only 1,053,960.

The 'prairie province' of Canada, Saskatchewan has an total area of square miles. The territory is liberally dotted by lakes, reservoirs and rivers. Major cities of this region include Regina, Prince Alb

The Canadian Prairies, Saskatchewan Canada. They call Saskatchewan land of the living skis for good reason.

Abandoned grain elevator in the ghost town of Bents on the Canadian prairies.

Prairie grain elevators once dotted western Canada, storage for farmers crops. Now the majestic sentinals are being demolished and part of Canadian tradition is vanishing.

***Prairie grain elevators once dotted western Canada, storage for farmers crops. Now the majestic sentinals are being demolished and part of Canadian tradition is vanishing.

“Remember: the time you feel lonely is the time you most need to be by yourself.. Life's cruelest irony.” ― Douglas Coupland

“Remember: the time you feel lonely is the time you most need to be by yourself.

The bright red building is a grain elevator in Coronach in Southern Saskatchewan

The bright red building is a grain elevator in Coronach in Southern Saskatchewan

The last grain elevator in Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan. Unused, it dates to the late 1920s. David McLennan

The last grain elevator in Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan. Unused, it dates to the late David McLennan

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