A wintery sunset in rural Saskatchewan, Canada (by Wayne Stadler)

A wintery sunset in rural Saskatchewan, Canada (by Wayne Stadler) nature eco beautiful places landscape travel natura peisaj

Award-Winning Butter Tarts from Food.com: Butter tarts are a Canadian tradition. Waaaay back in the 1970s, a national contest here in Canada concluded that these butter tarts, originating from Wilkie's Bakery in Orillia, Ontario, were the best. Add a sprinkle of toasted walnuts when you add the raisins, if you wish, or use only walnuts if you don't like raisins.

Winning Butter Tarts

Saskatoon Berry Butter Tarts // Butter Tarts with the addition of Saskatoon Berry Pie Filling #recipe #saskatoons #berries

Saskatoon Berry Butter Tarts - Saskatoon berry pie filling recipe (imagine recipe would work with other berries - Butter Tarts recipe sounds unique and delicious)

Gladys Strum, politician from Saskatchewan, Canada who said "No one has ever objected to women working. The only thing they have ever objected to is paying women for working."

[CasaGiardino] ♡ Gladys Strum, politician from Saskatchewan, Canada who said "No one has ever objected to women working. The only thing they have ever objected to is paying women for working.

Canada - Lumsden / Craven (SK) Saint Nicholas Church, east of Craven - nearby Lumsden (SK). This little wooden church is situated in the Qu'Apelle Valley nearby Lumsden and Craven, about 30 km's from the capital of Saskatchewan: Regina. It is th oldest remaining church of Saskatchewan.

Saint Nicholas Church, east of Craven - nearby Lumsden (SK). This little wooden church is situated in the Qu'Apelle Valley nearby Lumsden and Craven, about 30 km's from the capital of Saskatchewan: Regina. It is th oldest remaining church of Saskatchewan.

Ernie the Turtle Statue: Turtleford, Saskatchewan, Canada

21 Roadside Statues

Ernie the Turtle Statue: Turtleford, Saskatchewan, Canada - Ernie the Turtle was created by Don Foulds, who has built other roadside attractions in Canada. Learn about this statue only at HowStuffWorks.

Giant fibreglass moose near information centre in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada

Giant fibreglass moose near information centre in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan in early September I parked in the dark and waited for first light so I could catch this wily creature. Within sight of the Trans-Canada Highway.

Canola Field, Canada Saskatchewan beauty at its finest. Even more breathtaking in person.

Canola Field and Flax Field / Canada / Saskatchewan beauty at its finest. Even more breathtaking in person.

Albino Moose Saskatchewan Canada

Snow Moose is this not the best looking creature you have even seen? Maine and a snow moose solid white

@Leslie Lippi Lippi Green I thought of you!! Saskatchewan Roughrider High Heels by TattooedMary on Etsy, $120.00

I want these! Saskatchewan Roughrider High Heels by TattooedMary on Etsy

Train bridge right here in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Train bridge in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

If you drive through Cut Knife, Saskatchewan, it's impossible to miss one of Canada's weirdest roadside attractions: the World's Largest Tomahawk.

Alberta, Canada's Weirdest Roadside Attractions

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