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British American Oil Company in Ogema, Saskatchewan

British American Oil Company in Ogema, SaskatchewanBritish American Oil Company in Ogema, SaskatchewanBritish American Oil Company in Ogema, Saskatchewan

A beautifully restored British North American gas station in Ogema, Saskatchewan.  It is the only one left in North America.

A Federal Grain Ltd. Elevator in Horizon, Saskatchewan

A Federal Grain Ltd. Elevator in Horizon, Saskatchewan

The Federal Grain Limited Elevator in Horizon, Saskatchewan which we toured as part of our day on the Southern Prairie Railway in Ogema, Saskatchewan.

St. Joesph Roman Catholic Church in Claybank, Saskatchewan

St. John’s Roman Catholic Church in Claybank, Saskatchewan

St. Joesph Roman Catholic Church in Claybank, Saskatchewan

Keeler Hotel

The abandoned Keeler Hotel in Keeler, Saskatchewan

The abandoned Keeler Hotel in Keeler, Saskatchewan.

Downtown Moose Jaw

Casino Moose Jaw and the Temple Gardens Mineral Spa in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

Casino Moose Jaw and the Temple Gardens Mineral Spa.

Crescent Park and the Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Parkade

Taken from the walkway connecting the parkade and the Temple Garden’s Mineral Spa this summer.

Corner Gas

Corner Gas in Dog River, Saskatchewan

The disappointing set of Corner Gas in Dog River… err Rouleau, Saskatchewan.  I loved Rouleau but the set of Corner Gas and the Ruby left me disappointed. 

Drinkwater United Church

Drinkwater United Church in Drinkwater, SaskatchewanDrinkwater United Church in Drinkwater, Saskatchewan

The former Drinkwater United Church which held services from 1904 until 1998 when it was shuttered for the last time.

Moose Jaw’s “Mac the Moose”

Moose Jaw’s “Mac the Moose”

Moose Jaw’s own roadside attraction.  Both Mac the Moose and the CT-114 Tutor welcome you to Moose Jaw (and home of the Snowbirds).

Cave and Basin National Historic Site

Inside the cave at the Cave and Basin National Historic Site in Banff

Inside the cave at the Cave and Basin National Historic Site in Banff.

The Gift of Green Nature Trail

The Gift of Green Nature Trail starts at the interpretive centre located beside the campground office. It's a wilderness trail that follows a 1.5km loop through a grove of aspen trees, short-grass prairie fields and across some sand dunes

The Gift of Green Nature Trail starts at the interpretive centre located beside the campground office. It’s a wilderness trail that follows a 1.5km loop through a grove of aspen trees, short-grass prairie fields and across some sand dunes