25 photos to inspire you to travel Saskatchewan, Canada.

25 Photos to Inspire You to Travel Saskatchewan

Historical landmark, Delta Bessborough Hotel in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

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The Delta Bessborough hotel is a ten storey hotel located in downtown Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

The Coffee Pot and Cup. Davidson, Saskatchewan, Canada. A 24-foot high coffee pot on the side of highway 11 was built to commemorate the towns status as the half-way-point between the cities Regina and Saskatoon. Now there is a park and picnic site there!

World's Largest Coffee Pot! - not beside 1 of of Tim Hortons across Canada, ;-) but in Davidson, Saskatchewan. The coffee pot symbolizes the town's position as a hospitality centre.

Mountie posing with a baby beaver = One of the most Canadian photos ever

Mountie posing with a baby beaver = One of the most Canadian photos ever

Jason Pinder (who volunteers at Salthaven wildlife rehab) with a rescued beaver kit. Most Canadian picture ever :)

10 amazing facts about Saskatchewan - Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Wilderness Park.

10 things you might not know about Saskatchewan

10 amazing facts about Saskatchewan - Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Wilderness Park.

11 Super Cute Small Towns In Saskatchewan You Need To Roadtrip To This Summer  | Narcity Regina

11 Super Cute Small Towns In Saskatchewan You Need To Roadtrip To This Summer

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Saskatchewan, Canada - lonely country!   The 'prairie province' of Canada, Saskatchewan has an total area of 251,700 square miles.  The territory is liberally dotted by lakes, reservoirs and rivers.   Major cities of this region include Regina, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Swift Current & North Battleford.  Although the area is vast, the population is relatively small ~ only  1,053,960.

The 'prairie province' of Canada, Saskatchewan has an total area of square miles. The territory is liberally dotted by lakes, reservoirs and rivers. Major cities of this region include Regina, Prince Alb

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Making a quick 3 hour road trip here before we leave North Dakota next spring.

Once they called Regina, Pile of Bones, the English translation of the aboriginal place name—because of the large amounts of buffalo bones on the banks of the Wascana Creek.

Mac the Moose, in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada

Mac the Moose, in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada. This would make a cute art project to talk about scale. Students can draw themselves visiting roadside attractions in saskatchewan

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