As with many of the small towns along the old rail lines, parks and flower filled yards make these towns wonderful stops.
A common sight along the prairies are long chains of train cars, managed to catch a short local one.
The Potato Waffle Nachos will please the hungry appetite. Outstanding service, with a smile and the usual Saskatchewan friendliness in a pleasant and quiet outdoor patio. I’m sure it can be a lively place as well, given the outdoor serving area and the music set up.
A bounty of Oil pump jacks spread across the Saskatchewan skyline now.
Becoming an uncommon sight, the grain elevators. Each small farming community used to have numerous ones along the train tracks which are also disappearing.
Shade is a difficult asset to find on the prairies, so one depends on the infrequent sign posts to lean the bike against and take a rest.