Tag Archives: Saskatchewan

FROM ME TO YOU

The custom of sending Christmas cards was started in the UK in 1843 by Sir Henry Cole. Sir Henry had the idea of Christmas Cards with his friend John Horsley, who was an artist. They designed the first card and … Continue reading

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PRAIRIE MUSINGS

copyright Es-tee Miller   “This pasture was flooded with light at dusk… I took a moment to stop and take it all in and a wave of gratefulness washed over me… this beautiful land can take my breath away”….Estee

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UNIQUELY SASKATCHEWAN

When I go back home the first thing I notice is how connected to the land I feel. Saskatchewan’s people are filled with heart and soul and there is a sense of calm that envelops you. I’m very attached to … Continue reading

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SHE TRAVELS SOLO

  Why go alone? This is the oft-asked question solo travelers grapple with. I’ve never waited for a traveling companion and there is something to say about enjoying your own company. Here’s a few of my favorite moments from 2013. … Continue reading

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LOST IN BIG MUDDY

I’ve relied pretty heavily on my GPS this trip and found out the hard way that you really need to park it when your off the main highways! It really led me astray today.. but took me to some beautiful … Continue reading

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THE BIG MUDDY

I felt just a little disoriented this morning and had to give my head a shake..where was I? Then the excitement began to flow.. I am in the Big Muddy.. This served as the starting point for the Outlaw Trail … Continue reading

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