Province of Saskatchewan Favorites
Snow owls keeping watch
Map of my 'clockwise' route from Regina
Road map of my area of exploration
A happy couple on an extended canoe trip
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Saskatchewan is intimately tied to agriculture. They are a prime producer not only of the grains and produce that feeds the nation, but also is one of the largest exporters of fertilizers.The undeniable link between the agriculture and livelihood in Saskatchewan is represented in the iconic wheat sheaves.These wheat sheaves can be seen on all the fields as you drive through the plains.There are three symbolic sheaves on the Saskatchewan provincial flag.The wheat sheaves are also the provincial highway markers.
Watch for Snow Owls
If you are in Saskatchewan in the winter, keep you eyes open for snow owls. With their natural camouflage, they are not always easy to spot, but they do perch in trees and telephone poles.While food may be easy for them to hunt in the summer, it is a bit more scarce in the winter. If you're lucky you can see them swooping down on their elusive dinner.
See the provincial legislature buildings in Regina
As we were driving across the Western part of Canada when we moved from BC to Ottawa, we tried to pass through each of the provincial capitals and see their provincial government buildings (or legislatures). Saskatchewan's is in Regina. They also tend to have nice gardens.
Top 3 Hotels in Province of Saskatchewan
Delta Bessborough Saskatoon
6 Reviews and 200 Opinions The castle-like Delta Bessborough Hotel is the most striking building in Saskatoon. It is modeled on...
Hotels in Saskatoon
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