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Wednesday, August 15, 2012


Whenever you hear about the prairie provinces within Canada so often one is reminded how flat the land is, and although the beauty of the farm fields cannot be avoided, seldom is the scenery of the North mentioned. The two photos above were taken 100 miles southwest of Stony Rapids on a return trip from Buffalo Narrows. I was flying at 9,500 ft with smoke in the air and as I looked down I saw high outcrops with flowing rivers throughout.
As you travel further northwest the terrain is even higher and to get into some of the small lakes a descent of 1500 ft is required over the hilltops to land on the lakes.

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