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Vol 7, No 1 Spring 2005


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Volume 7, Issue 1 Spring 2005

CELEBRATE SASKATCHEWAN-STYLE Welcome to the first leg of our journey through the centennial year. Songwriter Connie Kalder and other very interesting people have passionate thoughts to share with us about our province.

FAMILY COTTAGE VIRTUES 18 Second-generation Bright Sand Lake cottager Jantzen peers into the motives that keep families tied to their summer properties. BY BURL JANTZEN

Cover Story THE LONG PAULL 28 There are many reasons to undertake a long canoe trek through wild, northern Saskatchewan. Just the astonishing beauty and fantastic fishing along the Paull River might be good enough. But the author had a handful of better ones. BY LARRY EASTON

THE DANDELION WARS 40 How could you not adore the dandelion after a long winter? Should we put up with them in our lawns and gardens or should we look for better ways to eliminate them? BY AMY JO EHMAN

FIRST GLANCE 7 Mountain Bluebird

COFFEE ROW 9 TransCanada Trail, Website Chronicles the Prairie Story, Buying Centennial Souvenirs, Centennial Websites

UNIQUELY SASKATCHEWAN 16 Merv's Pitchfork Fondue


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