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Good d'eh,

the journey continues. With that new episode I am entering the Canadian province of Saskatchewan...
Good d'eh,

the journey continues. With that new episode I am entering the Canadian province of Saskatchewan (SK). A boring province in the Prairies. The roads are just straight, dusty, endless with nothing interesting left or right.
Well...not quite. Most people just drive through SK on the Trans-Canada Highway, which apparently is quite boring. Many Trans-Canada cyclists choose this route too. Why? I really don't know, because if you take the scenic route (a.k.a. Trans-Canada Trail / The Great Trail) SK has a lot to offer. OK, some improvements have to be done on the trail, but apart from that...

...various Provincial Parks look and feel like oases in the dry Prairie landscape. The sky is endless, the land anyway. Many "Cathedrals" can be found in small, charming villages.

And...let me present my personal, favourite view of my Trans-Canada trip. I already spoiled it with the thumbnail of my video below. But there is more to see.

Enjoy!
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Southwestern Saskatchewan has beautiful sights all year long.
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Deer in the SW of Saskatchewan on a winter day February 2017.
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A show put on by the snow geese of SW Saskatchewan.
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Sitting Bull was a Hunkpapa Lakota holy man who led his people to Canada's Wood Mountain area following the Battle...
Sitting Bull was a Hunkpapa Lakota holy man who led his people to Canada's Wood Mountain area following the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876. It is here at ...
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Horses of the prairies
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Hopkins Dining Parlour in Moose Jaw, SK. Featured on Creepy Canada. Original Airdate 2002.
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