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Northern lights on the prairie, by the grain elevators. " DAYS GONE BY " Glen Scrimshaw. @Deb Keller via Patsy Aubuchon

Aptly titled "Days Gone By", this piece depicts twin prairie sentinels bathed in the cool light of a full winter moon, while the glow of the northern lights radiates down from above.

The Forks Market, Winnipeg - where the Assiniboine River (running east/west) and the Red River (running north/south) meet

The Forks Market, Winnipeg, Manitoba - where the Assiniboine River (running east/west) and the Red River (running north/south) meet.

Blizzard of '78...Ontario Canada - I have always said Driving on the 401 through Milton is like driving through a time warp - the wickedest winter weather seems to appear and disappear in a flash on this section of the highway!

"Blizzard of - [A web-photo of the highway south of Boston, Massachusetts after the Great Blizzard of February 6 1978 [Photo courtesy of italiangerry (Gerry D.

Arguably Saskatchewan's most famous waterfall, Nistowiak Falls is a 10 metre drop on the Rapid River as it runs into the Churchill below Stanley Mission. 1980 canoe trip.

Arguably Saskatchewan's most famous waterfall, Nistowiak Falls is a 10 metre drop on the Rapid River as it runs into the Churchill below Stanley Mission.

Hudson Bay Store, Downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada It may not be pure design, but I think it's beautiful.

Hudson Bay Store, Downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada It may not be pure design, but I think it's beautiful. My Dad traveled and purchased china for The Bay

We've got four great reasons why you should visit Saskatchewan. Pin for your next Canadian roadtrip!

4 Scenic Reasons to Visit Saskatchewan

We've got four great reasons why you should visit Saskatchewan. Pin for your next Canadian roadtrip!

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