2019 summer vacation: Day seven - From Flin Flon to Prince Albert
Ladies and gentlemen!
A boring old stereotype says that Saskatchewan is the most boring province of Canada. This isn't true at all. I would actually say that Saskatchewan is among the most beautiful provinces and the following photographs are going to prove it. On the seventh day of my epic summer vacation, I traveled from Flin Flon in Manitoba to Prince Albert in Saskatchewan and discovered numerous beautiful parks, monuments and landscapes. Saskatchewan is as beautiful as most other provinces with the enjoyable exception that there are a lot less tourists there so you can enjoy all these wonderful sights undisturbed. I'm looking forward to visiting this stunning province again one day.
Neighbours of the North Park monument right on the border between Creighton, Saskatchewan and Flin Flon, Manitoba
Baldy Lake in Narrow Hills Provincial Park
Zeden Lake in Narrow Hills Provincial Park
Fisher Creek Trading Post in Candle Lake Provincial Park
Waskesiu River Trail in Prince Albert National Park
Narrows Peninsula Trail in Prince Albert National Park
Boardwalk along Narrows Peninsula Trail
Waskesiu Lake in Prince Albert National Park
Kingsmere River in Prince Albert National Park
Wapiti in Prince Albert National Park
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