It’s a story that was sensational in the 1840’s, and which held its allure for nearly two centuries. Since the wrecks of the Erebus and
Something reminded me today of a Saskatchewan photographer originally from Cudworth. When we lived around Cudworth for a short time in the mid
In this video, I summarize my findings on my last violin project, the birdseye maple. As I continue to learn more about luthiery, the next
With fewer than a handful of functioning sod houses in existence, this would definitely be a National Historic Site worth visiting. In 1911, a carpenter
H/T Brian Edwards Apparently early stage of dementia has begun, as I didn’t remember doing a previous blog post about Danceland. It’s really, good, though.
You just never know when you might happen upon one of small-town Saskatchewan’s undiscovered gems. Today I was touring with my wife Diane and cousin