That Sky Though

September 28, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Sweet Fern, Sumac and Saskatoons

September 26, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Summer Blooms

September 23, 2016 § Leave a comment

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St. Walburg

September 21, 2016 § Leave a comment

Province, meet Judy, who discovered the stone I hid in St. Walburg. I left it in the old church turned museum that was painted by Berthold Imhoff. His work is astonishing; go take a look if you have the chance. Thanks for participating, Judy!

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Regina

September 19, 2016 § Leave a comment

When I hid the last stone of the project, I was here in Regina, thus completing a full circle from where I had begun. I buried the stone on Willow Island (with a view of the Legislative building) and did not expect it to be discovered so swiftly. Thanks to erosion, Andrew’s keen eye spotted the stone sooner than I imagined!

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Plato

September 16, 2016 § Leave a comment

Hello again, Province. It turns out that Karl (from the previous post) is up for a good quest. After making his discovery in Shaunavon, he continued to follow other clues, seeking more stones. Lo and behold: he went to Plato, met the post-mistress, and learned that in summer of 2015 she’d found the stone I hid at the post office. Thank you, Ms. Schultz, for your discovery, and thank you Karl, for ensuring that the stone returned to the Legislative building. That’s teamwork!

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Shaunavon

September 14, 2016 § Leave a comment

Hello, Province! Consider Visual Clue XIV solved! It’s been a while since I’ve had any action to report. This spring, a lovely gentleman named Karl found the stone I hid in Shaunavon (and he wasn’t even aware of the clue!) As you can see, it blended in nicely with the tyndall window ledge and went unnoticed for quite some time. Thanks for sending in the photos you took upon making the discovery, Karl!

And the adventure continues…

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