Thus far: These are the stones that have been unturned, listed in order of which I learned of their discovery.
- Douglas Provincial Park
- Cochin Lighthouse
- Silton Chapel
- Chief Poundmaker’s Grave
- Good Spirit Lake
- Turtle Lake
- The Great Sand Hills
- Carrot River
- The Big Muddy Badlands
- St. Louis
- Crooked Trees
- Val Marie
- Yellow Grass
- Fairy Glen
- Gem Lakes
- Greenwater Lake
- St. Brieux
- Maple Creek
- Grey Owl’s Cabin
- La Ronge
- Moose Jaw
- St. Walburg
- Stanley Mission
I returned one recently from the Museum in St.Walburg, Sk.
That’s so cool! I hadn’t realized that one had been found. Thanks, Judy!
I’m counting 55 still not accounted for… is that right?
Yes, there are quite a few still floating around out there!
hey I found one, how much do i win?
Hey Dillon, congrats! Can you tell me more? What name is engraved on the stone and how did you come to find it?
My name is Daphne, I work in the legislative building and it has now become my life goal to find a stone of yours. It’s very unfortunate that some have found a stone and have not returned it 😦
I would like to give my opinion on your beautiful thought out project that the stones be engraved with the person who found the stone, and a write up a little about them and their story. This way they will always be remembered and apart of history for as long as the legislative stands. Maybe stones that have been found but not replaced at its rightful place (legislative building in Regina) would then be returned ?
Also “Arnold” he works at the ledge and has for 37 years tells me to say hello! ☺️ He also wanted me to ask if there really is a stone hidden in the building? He mentioned that you told him that but he hasn’t found it, but still continues to look. If you did truly hide on in the ledge we would love a hint.
Also, I was wondering if the Wadena stone has been found? I have you went back there at all to see if it’s where you left it? This town is very close to my heart and would love to try and find it.
Feel free to email my personal email as well, it would be an Honour.