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Vol 14, No 3 Fall 2012


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Volume 14, Issue 3

Fall 2012


Indie Film Kick Off | 22

by Lionel Hughes

Forget the Film Tax Credit. These young men are taking independent film to the next level in Saskatchewan.


A Run in the Park | 26

Story Byron Jenkins Photos Max Conrad

Cross-country running is in vogue again. Prince Albert National Park is just the place to see if you’re up to the challenge.


Badlands at Avonlea | 32

Photos by Ken Dalgarno Text Lionel Hughes

The arid landscapes at the badlands near Avonlea reveal exciting beauty through the camera lens.

Cookies for a Better World | 42

by Jessica Eissfeldt

Girl Guide Cookies are a Saskatchewan invention, a Canadian symbol, and still going strong.


Horse Lovers’ Special

Technology With Heart | 11

by Lionel Hughes

To understand the passion people have for horses as work animals, you have to watch the work get done.


Path of the cowboy | 13

by Lionel Hughes

Francis Bourque has been a cowboy all his life. At 62 he’s just going on with his dreams.


The Equine Touch | 17

by Lionel Hughes

The horse is a powerful therapist for humans trying to overcome physical and mental difficulties.


Horses to help you know yourself | 20

by Lionel Hughes

Langham’s Mable Elliott helps people get to know themselves and heal their traumas simply through relationships with her horses.


The Creative Department | 47

by Mandy Maier & Kelsey Morrison

Canning pot barley soup, salvaging barn windows, exotic tea, and an interview with Lyndon Bray.


Food & Recipes With Amy Jo Ehman | 57

by Amy Jo Ehman

Saskatchewan fruit wines are winning palates and awards with fantastic new ideas from young vintners.


Photography with David Krughoff | 61

by david Krughoff

Tree swallows are easy to find and a delight to watch.

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