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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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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..."
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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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I'm baaacckk!

I can't believe it's been 5 years!

For those of you I haven’t met yet - hi! I’m Ashlyn😊

I’ll be hanging out here for the next week sharing some of my favourite winter locations and adventures until the new wanderer is announced in early February!

#ExploreSask

There may be snow on the ground, but camping reservations to Prince Albert National Park and Grasslands National Park are now open!

Which park will you choose: The lush boreal forest in the north, or the vast grasslands in the south?
#ExploreSask #ParksCanada #ExploreCanada

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My short film was a hit!! Screened in Saskatoon last night, will be finished in May! Forgotten Saskatchewan! #exploresask #Saskatchewan

It’s snow globe season, and here’s why I love every bit of it. 😍🌲❄️🌲❄️🌲❄️📍Big River, Sk #ExploreSask #ExploreCanada #ShareYourWeather

When you winter picnic, you're totally allowed to eat with your mittens on ☺️

Next time I think I'll bring some wood and use the firepits near the river as well!

#exploresask #saskatooning

If you mention the words “downhill skiing,” #sk is not the first place that comes to mind. But this province is making its mark with a truly unique ski race. This is a story about our love of #winter, full story in Winter issue of #PrairiesNorth #ski @SaskTel

There are five types of frost: ground, air, hoar, glaze, and rime. Pictured here are examples of hoar frost submitted by Dennis Francais. #TourismNipawin #Nipawin #Winter #Frost #Trees #ExploreSask #ExploreCanada

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