Carrot River

November 28, 2012 § Leave a comment

When I arrived in Carrot River, dusk had fallen and I was an hour’s drive from the campsite where I would rest the night. Thankfully, the Carrot River Library was open that evening and I surreptitiously placed the stone atop some books on a low shelf as a small group of women knitted nearby. Unfortunately, conditions were not ideal for photography; I just now noticed the number 100 in the book title! Congratulations, Maria, on discovering the stone!

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Perpetual Motion

November 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, here are a few details from The Great Sand Hills simply because they are sublime.

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The Great Sand Hills

November 23, 2012 § Leave a comment

Have you visited this magnificent piece of the prairie? Province, if you have not, then make it your next adventure destination. These dunes are breathtaking; silky smooth sand, arching up out of the grasses and shrubs of the surrounding hills in testament to the strangeness of our world. And though I buried the stone well, the wind worked quickly to reveal it to Linda Watson. Congratulations, Linda!

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All The Pretty Clouds Part III

November 21, 2012 § Leave a comment

Yes, Province, there are more.

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Borden

November 19, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, do you recall the stone found in Borden? Recently, Jason Wiebe brought it back to the building. Thanks for your participation, Jason!

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Visual Feast

November 16, 2012 § Leave a comment

Often in my travels, Province, I have stopped for a break at small-town antique shops and general stores. I love the personality of each place, and all the little treasures to be found. Sometimes I buy, but usually I simply feast the eyes.

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Tumbleweed Territory

November 14, 2012 § Leave a comment

Province, I love how the nimble tumbleweed is so careless in its grace.

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