29 November 2014

Driving Across Canada: Colourful Saskatchewan

Fields of Wheat
Saskatchewan Roads
Piapot Punch Buggy
Colours in Saskatchewan
Grain Elevator
Prairie View
After a couple of days in Manitoba, we were back on the road again towards the next prairie province: Saskatchewan.

Now, in case you don't know, the prairies are flat. In fact, the landscape is so flat you feel obligated to comment on how flat it is. To get an idea of what it's like driving through most of Saskatchewan, watch my vine video on a loop for 10+ hours. Bored yet? Surprisingly (for some), we weren't bored at all.

I don't know if it was the warmer weather or if we were just in awe of the expansive landscape, but we really enjoyed our drive through Saskatchewan. From the blue skies and golden fields to the quaint little towns, there was just so much colour and character.

We made a few pit stops in Regina, Moose Jaw, Piapot and Maple Creek and before we knew it we were crossing into the second time zone and third province of our trip as we entered Alberta.

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