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Saskatchewan Photo Highlights


This next post comes as a photo essay and tribute to Saskatchewan! Yes last year I was privileged to have spend many an hour in this beautiful Canadian province. I got to visit Regina its capital city as well as take the train through it. Saskatchewan often gets overlooked by many (Canadians included) as boring or a place where not much is happening. This couldn’t be further from the truth! In my travels to Saskatchewan I saw a lot of beauty and met some great people who love where they are from! Enjoy these highlights of my time in Saskatchewan.


Saskatchewan Praire Landscape

A widen open field while traveling through rural Saskatchewan by train.

Grain Elevator

A grain elevator just out side Moose Jaw. One of the many things that dot the landscape in Saskatchewan.

Wascana Lake

Wascana Lake with the Regina city line in the back ground. One of my favourite places to go in Regina to be refreshed.

Saskatchewan Lake

On the shore of one of the lakes in the Qu’Appelle Valley in Saskatchewan

On the Road

On the highway close to the small town of Lumsden which is north west of Regina.


A rainbow over the city of Regina

Canola Field

A beautiful wide open Canola field in the heart of the Qu’ Appelle Valley – photo credit Ken D’Souza

Have you ever been to Saskatchewan? Would you like to go there sometime?

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  • Reply Jenn Smith Nelson

    Great images Kara. Glad to hear you enjoyed your travels through the beautiful province I proudly call home! Thanks for taking the time to stop by my blog. Cheers!

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    February 18, 2016 at 10:51 pm
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