Iowa ~ Pickers, a President and the Prairie

Saturday, October 4th – IOWA

Have you ever watched the TV show American Pickers? I think it is my husbands favorite because it reminds him of his roots, growing up in the Midwest. 622 more words

Travel

The Hubbell Bubble

John Lorenzo Hubbell (1853-1930) was an American pioneer considered to be the foremost Navajo trader of his time. In 1876 he formed the J.L. Hubbell Trading Post at Ganado, in Arizona Territory, which became part of the Navajo Nation in Northeastern Arizona.  375 more words

Rachael

Taking a step back in time: Fort Langley

We took a step back in time recently and checked out the fort in Fort Langley. Jason’s parent’s were down, and his brother was also in town so it worked well for us all to meet here. 558 more words

Places To See

Saskatoon landmark little known part of province’s history

Watch above: Forestry Farm Park little-known part of Saskatchewan’s history

SASKATOON – It’s a little-known part of Saskatchewan’s history – a local Saskatoon park is responsible for millions of trees that now grow across Western Canada. 260 more words

Canada