Native American bows and arrows are classic cultural icons that are perfect for rustic southwest style and western home decor. Any wall can be brightened and personalized with the addition of a Native American bow, quivers and Indian arrows. The bows and arrows are great as Indian art for wall hangings and look fabulous over a fireplace or in a family room. See more at http://www.missiondelrey.com/native-american-bows-quivers/

Native American bows and arrows are classic cultural icons that are perfect for rustic southwest style and western home decor. Any wall can be brightened and personalized with the addition of a Native

...and every stop in between! <-- Truth. America may run on Dunkin', but Canadians thrive on Timmy's!

canadian meme (applies to us Michigan folk too!)--> I would like to disagree with this but I can't due to the fact that my family stops to get something from timmies at almost every quick stop when we're on road trips

Winnie-the-Pooh is Canadian: Christopher Milne (A. A. Milne's son and inspiration for the character Christopher) named his toy bear after, a Canadian black bear he often saw at the London Zoo, named "Winnie". The bear cub was purchased from a hunter for $20 by Canadian Lieutenant Harry Colebourn in White River, Ontario, Canada, while en route to England during the First World War. He named the bear "Winnie" after his adopted hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba. "Winnie"

Without Canada, there would be no Winnie the Pooh. The Canadian soldier who donated him to the London zoo named him Winnie, after his hometown, Winnipeg.

Canada

Shop Cool Canada Bumper Sticker Distressed Maple Leaf created by artist_kim_hunter.

oh Canada...  a land of trees, rocks and practical inventions.   It is the second largest country, the largest supplier of oil (keep it coming!) ,  a land that is gloriou

Canada (obviously not created by a Canuck cuz we call it 'back bacon,' not Canadian--that's the American term for it. otherwise agree with everything)

~~Splotch of yellow ~ autumn trees, Manitoba, Canada by Across  Down~~

Splotch of yellow - autumn trees, Manitoba, Canada For mama's stairway painting

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

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.

Oh, Those Crazy Canadians

Oh, Those Crazy Canadians

11 Great Canadian Road Trips

11 Great Canadian Road Trips

Ready to hit the road and travel across Canada? Here are 11 Great Canadian Road Trips to add to your summer bucket list. Do one or do them all, and take in some of the diverse landscapes and destinations in Canada.

Northern lights on Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Photographers | Mike Grandmaison | Winnipeg, Manitoba | Photography | Photographers

Northern lights on Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba. I spent hours on this pier as a child. Thanks to the amazing Mike Grandmaison for photographing it so wonderfully.

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