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14 viewsAnd another shot of this amazing sunset.Aug 31, 2010
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10 viewsFinally the intesity starts to fade and we drive off for Medicine Hat where we will end Day 3.Aug 31, 2010
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10 viewsI've seen fire and I've seen rainAug 31, 2010
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14 viewsI am getting this printed.Aug 31, 2010
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14 viewsPrairie sunset.Aug 31, 2010
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12 viewsThe hills are on fire.Aug 31, 2010
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9 viewsRed and blue.Aug 31, 2010
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11 viewsI just pulled over on the TransCanada and shot the thunderstorm/sunset for half an hour.Aug 31, 2010
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9 viewsOver time the scars of the glacier are smoothed and filled.Aug 31, 2010
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10 viewsAs we pulled into Irvine a thunderstorm was definitely brewing.Aug 31, 2010
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13 viewsYann and Frederic looking out at SaskatchewanAug 31, 2010
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10 viewsBald Butte PanoramaAug 31, 2010
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10 viewsThe vastness of the prairie is impossible to capture on camera but on a clear day you can see up to 120 miles away.Aug 31, 2010
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13 viewsFred plays in the sun.Aug 31, 2010
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10 viewsThe terrain here from Bald Butte was quite interesting.Aug 31, 2010
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17 viewsA kayak cuts across Loch Leven in Cypress Hills' east block.Aug 31, 2010
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15 viewsZoomed in.Aug 31, 2010
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19 viewsYann resisted the temptation for frog legs.Aug 31, 2010
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17 viewsAfter Eastend the next stop was Cypress Hills, so named because the lodgepole pines that cover them were thought to be cypress trees. The altitude makes this look remarkably northern.Aug 31, 2010
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19 viewsDoes this remind anyone of dramatic hamster? Un chien prairie and one of Fred's favourite animals of Saskatchewan ironically.Aug 31, 2010
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