A spritely breeze sweeps across one of the Gem Lakes in Narrow Hills Provincial Park.
Erosion sculpts character into the Big Muddy
Badlands of southern Saskatchewan.
Looming sand dunes are not what one expects to see
while driving through the prairies. But dunes like this
one are plentiful in The Great Sand Hills, located an hour
north of Swift Current.
A fence segment situated where the Qu'Appelle Valley
meets the expansive prairie politely reminds passers-by there's public and private
land in the vicinity.
A farmstead recreated on the grounds of the Western Development Museum in The Battlefords.
A windy day in late October at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park on the south end of Lake Diefenbaker.
A view of Grey Owl's cabin
from the path leading to partner Anahareo's living quarters up the hill.
Prince Albert National Park was Grey Owl's home from 1931 to 1938.
Anahareo spent time with him here until 1934.
The legendary Churchill River in north-central Saskatchewan, a
primary transportation route in the days of the fur trade,
flows northeast into Hudson Bay.
Echo Lake in southeast Saskatchewan's storied Qu'Appelle Valley.
Fragile sandstone cliffs
rising 23 metres (75 feet) above the Nipekamew River near La Ronge can
now be approached from the bottom. A new trail offers a "big
picture" view of the cliffs from the other side of the river.
You can still run across an old-fashioned threshing bee
while travelling southern Saskatchewan.
However, today's demonstation events feature antique
machinery that's often incapable of separating the kids from the chaff.