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Vol 16, No 4, Winter 2014


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Winter 2014
Volume 16, No. 4

In this Issue:

Dogs of the Fur Trade—Russ Chamberlayne compiles excerpts from early fur trader journals about their travels and sled dogs. The thieving, marauding canines were both admired and despised.

Our Stories in Fabric—You sent us some wonderful quilting stories that exemplify what it means to be from Saskatchewan—and now we share those stories with you.

The Craft of Making Music—Forty years of harp making, teaching, and playing has not dampened Richard Diener's enthusiasm.

Highway 49 Feast and Fest—Find good food, heritage, and hospitality when you tour the highway between Preeceville and Kamsack.

Touring—Let's Shop Rural Saskatchewan It's fun for the shoppers and good for the retailers—everyone has a ball on the Chirstmas shopping tour of Montmartre.

Saskatchewan global—A Prince Albert T-shirt in Africa A British writer in Uganda stumbles on a curious artifact from Saskatchewan.

Coming Home—Little Red Market Café A young acress/model leaves the glamourous life in Vancouver to start a new restaurant in Mortlach.

Photography—The Gulls Return David and Sharie reconnect withh their gull friends and are amazed at how the birds remember and communicate.

Food & Crafts—Comfort Food and Crafts for Winter: Learn how to make socks for your "wellies", mulligatawny, and jam jam cookies to soothe body and soul. Garden Veggies to Bring Warmth to Winter: Amy Jo celebrates the warmth garden vegetables can bring to a winter meal—just like the settlers would have enjoyed.

Product Code: VOL3CIED2


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