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Home > 2010 > Back to Canada > Hills of Cypress and Sand

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9 viewsThey grow the grapes low to the ground where the snow will hopefully insulate them and the ground heat will reduce winterkill.
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9 viewsNext stop: Checkerboard Hill, just a bit west of the Great Sandhills.
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9 viewsAnother look at the view of Checkerboard Hill.
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8 viewsRows of sun.
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7 viewsThese boots were made for hanging.
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8 viewsSand and prairie.
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7 viewsFrederic bravely attempts to spell Saskatchewan in the Great Sandhills.
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8 viewsFrederic wears an expression of amused impatience.
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9 viewsAh, the Great Sandhills.
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6 viewsMore sweeping shots at the edge of the Sandhills.
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8 viewsWe had a nice sunset and another thunderstorm rolling in. I was very happy that my French friends got to see not one but two Saskatchewan storms.
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10 viewsLightning signals that it's time to get back to the car.
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6 viewsI really like the way the sand melts into the prairie.
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10 viewsYet another look at the prairie around the sandhills.
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8 viewsYann finds inner peace near Leader, SK.
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6 viewsScrambling down the side of the sand dune.
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7 viewsAs one trip ends another inevitably begins.
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13 viewsFrederic had been asking if we'd see a tornado in August. This was pretty close!
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12 viewsAnd I did catch one bolt of lightning on the prairie before we drove off to beat the rain with my one window stuck in the open position.
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