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13 viewsOn the north side of Saskatoon is an ancient site where many generations of natives once lived, hunted, and gathered. Wanuskewin.
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13 viewsOne way they hunted buffalo was to lure them into a 'buffalo pound' where they couldn't escape and then slaughter.
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13 viewsA farm - a new settlement - on the edge of the old settlements.
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12 viewsWanuskewin has several trails that wind past old sites.
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12 viewsStones like this were smoothed by years of buffalo rubbing their rough hides against it.
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12 viewsSometimes it is possible to feel like you might be back in time coming up on old villages.
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15 viewsThis is one of the cliffs that buffalo used to stream over, plunging to their deaths.
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16 viewsTeepee gathering.
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14 viewsA look at the South Saskatchewan river heading north from Saskatoon.
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12 viewsYann points out the river to Fred.
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12 viewsThe weir used to be responsible for keeping up the water levels in Saskatoon and slowing the river flow.
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12 viewsPelicans fishing.
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12 viewsThe train bridge is always a fun one to take visitors on. Too bad we didn't have the good fortune to have a train cross at the same time.
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13 viewsFred shows off a flower.
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13 viewsThe old train bridge passes Innovation Place, the high-tech park in Saskatoon.
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14 viewsCrossing the train bridge.
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15 viewsGotta love that patriotism.
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14 viewsSomehow this was supposed to symbolize wheat.
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15 viewsThe river.
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15 viewsThe Ramada.
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