The pilots of the Lafayette Escadrille kept two lion cubs (Whiskey and Soda); the 2nd Battalion of the Welsh Regiment had a goat (Taffy IV); the
Sounds like a really interesting read: Regina veteran’s First World War memoir published by family November 07, 2018 11:07 am ‘One Lucky Devil: The
Following on the heels of a previous blog post about the great Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918, this article… https://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/100-years-on-spanish-flus-toll-on-saskatchewan-not-forgotten
As you pass through the intersection of Idylwild and Circle Drive North in Saskatoon, you will notice a ‘new’ restaurant on the southeast corner by
Check out the new category and link on my blog sidebar! Some interesting art from a fellow lover of the prairies. https://lennoxart.com/
Snow planes held, briefly, a place in the evolution of winter prairie transportation. For more than 20 years, they sped over snow-packed roads and lakes.