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Qu'Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan. this is so close to home we take it for granted. shouldn't

So beautiful and Carl takes it for granted.

The Big Muddy Badlands - near Coronach, Saskatchewan - there's a place to visit if you want a taste of the Southern Saskatchewan

Showcases the Beauty and History of the Big Muddy Badlands near Coronach Saskatchewan. A Southwest TV News Production.

Qu'appelle Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada. The Qu'appelle Valley is worth stopping in, rather than just driving through. Beautiful fishing and swimming spots are surrounded by historical landmarks and modern little towns.

The Qu'appelle Valley is worth stopping in, rather than just driving through. Beautiful fishing and swimming spots are surrounded by historical landmarks and modern little towns.

One of my favourite things is to see the first glimpse of the lake on the way down into the Qu'Appelle Valley.

One of my favourite things is to see the first glimpse of the lake on the way down into the Qu'Appelle Valley.

the Churchill River in North Central Sask, a transportation route in the days of fur trade to the Hudson Bay

Churchill River, Saskatchewan - The legendary Churchill River in north-central Saskatchewan. A primary transportation route in the days of the fur trade it flows northeast into Hudson Bay.

The highest point between the Rocky Mountains and Labrador, Newfoundland is in #Saskatchewan! The Cypress Hills rise 600 metres from the surrounding prairie in south west Saskatchwan and are covered in lodgepole pine forests and rugged mountain-like terrain.

The highest point between the Rocky Mountains and Labrador, Newfoundland is in The Cypress Hills rise 600 metres from the surrounding prairie in south west Saskatchwan and are covered in lodgepole pine forests and rugged mountain-like terrain.

The Blue Mountains are located only 2h by train from Sydney, Australia. It's the only place I've been that it's both a National Park and an amusement park: there is a skyway, a cable car and a railway that are attractions by themselves.

Blue mountains: amusement in a National Park

The Blue Mountains are located only by train from Sydney, Australia. It's the only place I've been that it's both a National Park and an amusement park: there is a skyway, a cable car and a railway(Favorite Places I've Been)

Niagara Falls, both the U.S. side and the Canadian side.                                                                                                                                                      More

Niagara Falls, both the U. side and the Canadian side. Winter everything is covered with ice and snow -- and you can always find new things to see and do! It's an amazing (and VERY romantic) place to visit!

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