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Thank you Rae for this lovely photo!

I see this and wonder how many sunsets are left for this iconic giant of the prairies. The years have taken their toll on this one that I first photographed some 10 years ago...

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MEET THE CONTRIBUTORS: RAY PENNER
Ray is associate editor of Prairies North. His lifetime in Saskatchewan includes six years as a high school English teacher in Saskatoon, accordionist with local ... See more

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Did you receive hail in your area during the recent #skstorm ? 👀😯 @jessicaredekop did in Langham!
- So this happened. #skstorm
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Baby American Avocet's are out.

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I see this and wonder how many sunsets are left for this iconic giant of the prairies. The years have taken their toll on this one that I first photographed some 10 years ago...

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"It was the last day of school in 1967. Walking home, I was walking on air, filled with the expectation of the summer ahead. I was on top of the world..."
Ray Penner weaves the tale of a young man, ... See more

6 months ago

Flax is coming out north of Saskatoon, hopefully it will catch up to the canola. Love Blue and Yellow!!

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MEET THE CONTRIBUTORS: RUTH BITNER
Ruth is recently retired from her long-time position as Collections Curator at the Western Development Museum. She is an enthusiastic student of Saskatchewan ... See more

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Clarkboro Ferry - Aberdeen to Warman from Gerry Pocha.
Who loves taking ferries in Sask?

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Waskesiu Fire Department

With the hot, muggy weather out there, it’s easy to get dehydrated and suffer some effects from the heat.

Drink water frequently, don’t over exert yourself and know the warning signs.

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Cribbage was a popular game amongst early explorers and whalers, and it was quickly introduced to the Inuit through trade-related interactions. https://t.co/FCONotZfIt #cdnhist #furtrade #cribbage #cardgame

Very excited for Episode 8, Part 2, to drop on Thursday! It features the students of EcoQuest as they navigate their way through #Saskatoon. Their voices are amazing! You’ll have so much fun listening to this episode. @StoonPubSchools @cbcLarson @LeishaCBC @CBCSaskatoon #yxe

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Happy #WildlifeWednesday photo by Gloria Pawliuk.
#prairiesnorth #exploresask #sk #sask #wildlife

This story is the fourth and last of a series in which Ruth Bitner describes her travels throughout the southern half of Saskatchewan. In this adventure, she travels through Ogema, St. Victor, and more!
Full story in the Winter issue of Prairies North magazine. #prairiesnorth

The Western Canadian Crop Production Show starts Monday at WTC Saskatoon at Prairieland Park! Set up for the event is in full swing and we can’t wait to see you there!! For more information, visit https://t.co/E8h5I1lvEO #WCCPS #CropSphere

Memories of this summer - camping at Duck Mountain Provincial Park in Saskatchewan #summer #camoing #memories #family @prairiesnorth https://t.co/KoocVy7FZX

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The cover story for our Winter issue is about a horse named Panda and her trainer, Maurice.

Full story in Winter issue of Prairies North. https://t.co/ESWPMImZPM
#prairiesnorth #sk #sask #saskatchewan #prairies #sasklife #saskatchewanlife #saskstories #horses

More than anything Genealogy is about relationships. It is defined as "the study of family ancestral lines." It's pure detective work, as told by Linda Yip in the Winter issue of Prairies North.
#prairiesnorth https://t.co/vL0idyCPhA #yxe #exploresask #saskstories

Food in the garden is a great help to a variety of small birds, many of which forage all day during winter. Some foods though can be dangerous, including fat from cooking, milk and cooked oats. @Natures_Voice have a useful list here: https://t.co/BYhcEzZrEy #WildlifeWednesday

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