All posts tagged: grass

Hidden in the Woods

My son and I stopped at this old farm site this summer because out in the the open area I spotted something I wanted to investigate further. It was only as I was walking around that I saw this old clapboard house looming in the […]

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Beauty in Decay

Last Saturday was a beautiful, bright, sunny day, perfect for exploring the countryside. I spotted a few old, abandoned buildings in my travels, but I was only able to get to this gem via a pathway. This house rests precariously on a crumbling concrete foundation. […]

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Wakamow Valley – Wild Animal Park

The former wild animal park is located in Wakamow Valley on the outskirts of Moose Jaw. The park opened in 1929. Native and non-native animals were imported and displayed in the park, including bison, bears, wolves and a variety of North American fowl. As time […]

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Solitude

Once a year I try to go back to this old abandoned farmhouse that sits alone upon the hill. This particular summer evening I fought off a multitude of mosquitoes while hunched down in the luscious grass and wildflowers. The end product was well worth […]

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Dragonfly

I found this dragonfly stuck in a spider’s web, trying in vain to free itself. I managed to set it free only to notice that he or she was unable to fly away. Upon closer inspection, I realized it had a twig stuck in one […]

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Baby Robin

This baby Robin fell out of a tree at my parent’s and was hopping around the back yard. When my son first discovered it, the baby’s parents were nearby chirping away and swooping in. Later in the afternoon, I assume they abandoned their offspring, as […]

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Cupcake, Blaze and Snowflake

These horses reside at my in-laws in northern Saskatchewan. The three-year old Paint is our son’s and the others are my brother-in-law’s horses.  Cupcake and her mother are in the farm-yard and the others are in the big pasture a quarter-mile away. Despite being three, […]

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