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Visiting Two Historic Buildings Slated for Demolition

We caught word that there were two historic buildings in southern Alberta slated to be demolished in the very near future. We did what any normal people would do, we made plans to spend the day driving around to see … Continue reading

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Searching for the Grave of Ken Liddell

Two years ago I wrote a blog post about journalist and author Ken Liddell. Ken wrote a column for the Calgary Herald for twenty-five years which focused on the people and places of the prairie provinces, especially Alberta. In today’s … Continue reading

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Moose Jaw Road Trip – Part 4

Our fourth day on the road sees us finally make it to Moose Jaw and the Sukanen Ship and Pioneer Village Museum. After a quick walk through the swap meet, we set out to tour the various buildings and exhibits.

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Visiting the Mortlach Museum in Saskatchewan

We have been trying to visit the museum in Mortlach, Saskatchewan for many years now but either always had no time to stop or we could only stop at a time when they were closed. This time I made a … Continue reading

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Road Trip to Moose Jaw – Part 1

In what I expect to be a three-part series, we chronicle our journey with Bella the Boler to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Our ultimate goal is to attend the First Annual Swap Meet at the Sukanen Ship and Pioneer Village Museum. … Continue reading

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