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16 viewsFirst stop on picking up my French friends from Regina: Parliament. I can't say from experience, but it's said that this is one of the most beautiful in Canada.
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15 viewsNext stop (after lunch at the Cottage) was the RCMP Training Depot and museum.
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15 viewsSkidoo pursuit.
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19 viewsRoyal Canadian Mounted Frederic
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14 viewsAt the chapel.
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18 viewsFred holds up an unfamiliar French vintage as Yann inspects it.
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15 viewsDay 2: Downtown Moose Jaw was surprisingly nice and alive with historic buildings.
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17 viewsThe old Moose Jaw theatre.
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16 viewsMore historic Moose Jaw.
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14 viewsJust two of the dozens of murals around downtown.
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15 viewsIt's pretty well accepted that Al Capone's second home during prohibition was in the tunnels of Chicago.
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18 viewsMoose and Snowbirds, together at last. Two symbols of this interestingly named city.
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16 viewsWe popped south of the border so Fred could say he'd entered the USA. This also marked the first time my car had left Canada.
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15 viewsAnother old time gangster that was said to have holed up in the badlands: Butch Cassidy.
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14 viewsA trick of the eye, this church at first glance looks as large as the house behind it and across the street.
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14 viewsOpen road in northern Montana.
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19 viewsWe took a gravel-road detour and went for a bit of a walk to check out the badlands on the US side of the border.
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16 viewsMontana's badlands.
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15 viewsFrederic is unsure of what to think of the badlands.
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15 viewsBadlad in badlands.
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