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20 Years of Exploring

Sometimes a posting comes together quickly.  I’ll get an idea for a topic, throw something up on the screen, and publish within an hour or so.  Other posts take a long time to come to fruition. This is one of … Continue reading

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Lethbridge Road Trip: October 2017

I think I’m finally catching up on my photos and items that I have wanted to post.  That is more a product of colder weather and staying close to home more than it is any sort of increase in productivity. … Continue reading

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Dankin

It would be hard to forget the first time we stumbled across Dankin.  Emily and I were making the drive to Saskatoon and, as always, trying to take a creative route to get there.  We were making our way northeast … Continue reading

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Badlands Weekend: October 2017

It is amazing how life can get in the way of living.  Despite recently completing my short video of the Highway 27 bridge, I had completely forgotten about the photos I had taken that weekend.  It was only as I … Continue reading

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The Last Trip of 2017

The year 2017 will go down as a very good one for the DanOCan.com blog.  We managed to increase our number of postings and thus we attracted a lot more visitors this year compared to 2016.  It turns out people … Continue reading

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Sharples

There are some places that just keep you calling you back, time and time again. Sharples is one of those for me. I don’t actually remember how I first learned of the Sharples elevator nor do I actually remember my … Continue reading

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Two Endangered Elevators

It may be snowy and blustery today, but back in September when we made our way out to Moose Jaw for Threshing Bee, it was a glorious hot day.  While normal people would take the TransCanada Highway from Calgary to … Continue reading

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