I recently got back from an epic trip around Saskatchewan. I didn’t know there were trees and lakes, well someone did tell me, but I didn’t believe them in the real way you believe in something that actually exists — like -40 degree weather, if you haven’t ever lived it, you don’t believe it exists.
But as I knew you might not believe me, I brought back proof:
It really is genuinely beautiful, and certainly worth the trip. Especially if you like hunting and fishing (or so I am told).
There were however, a few things that were of concern, like this sign:
It’s like the earth will just swallow you up and just doesn’t fill one with confidence.
It was the farthest north I have ever been in my whole life and everything looks a little different. So much so, that I persuaded the person I was with to stop the car so I could take a picture of the ground:
Who knew lichen could be lush?