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Seven of the wonders of Saskatchewan
Think of Saskatchewan and I'll bet that sybaritic is not the first word that springs to mind.
Nor should it, to be honest.
But here I am, lying on top on top! of what is arguably the most remarkable water in the world. More mineral rich than even Israel's Dead Sea, Manitou Springs has been revered since the days when aboriginal people and buffalo roamed the area. Today it comes with a hotel, pool and spa attached, but it's the water that's the real star in summer, even non swimmers can bob out to the middle of the lake and lie there, reading a book. You can't sink.
And Manitou Springs is not Saskatchewan's only noteworthy spa. Temple Gardens Mineral Spa in Moose Jaw can thank the late Peter Gzowski and his farewell Morningside broadcast for putting it on the map.
One hundred years into Confederation, Saskatchewan remains Canada's most under appreciated province. Let me tell you about the seven wonders of Saskatchewan:
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Saskatchewan has hills. Serious hills. In fact, Saskatchewan's Cypress Hills area is the highest point of land between Labrador and the Rockies.
It's the only part of the province that wasn't carved out or flattened by glaciers, and you'll find a kind of beauty that's nowhere else: rolling sage green (and sage scented) hills, dark pine forests and cliffs and buttes that end abruptly with breathtaking views across ranch land.
Cypress Hills Inter Provincial Park, which straddles the border with Alberta, has a resort, lakes, several campgrounds and a stretch of the Trans Canada Trail Andre Johnson Authentic Jersey on which you can hike for days and camp to the serenade of coyotes at night.
But the Cypress Hills are not the only hills in Saskatchewan.
"I live maybe 25 minutes from the Trans Canada, commuting distance from Regina," says Daryl Demoskoff, who works for Tourism Saskatchewan. "But people who only drive the highway would never believe it. Fort Qu'Apelle is in a www.texansonlineprostore.com/WOMENS-BRIAN-CUSHING-JERSEY.html beautiful valley, with four lakes, one on each side."
As Demoskoff was saying , there are lakes but would you believe 100,000 of them? The northern two thirds of the province is more lakes than land, and a popular resort, beach and fly in fishing area.
Lake Athabasca, in the northwest of the province, is as big as some of the Great Lakes, and has one of two of Saskatchewan's otherworldly looking areas of desert and sand dunes.
But even the southern prairie area is studded with lakes with sandy beaches, campgrounds and cottage areas. Lake Diefenbaker, 15 minutes drive north of the Trans Canada, is about 200 kilometres long and home to three provincial parks.
3. Golf courses
More per capita than anywhere else in the world. Of course, Saskatchewan has the per capita thing down, way down, but still, the province boasts 250 golf courses, some of them stunning and world class. But here's the kicker: even at the fanciest one on the busiest holiday weekend, you won't pay more than $40 a round.
No one's really sure why, but in the late '70s, these large, exotic birds started settling down in Saskatoon for the summer. Saskatoon is known as the city of seven bridges and it has a gracious area downtown along the river. Visit the weir near the CPR Bridge for a view of the extraordinary pelicans, some with wingspans as wide as three metres.
5. Spas and mineral springs
Moose Jaw is over a thermal fault that produces water so hot they have to cool it before they put it in the pool. Its mineral content has been compared to that at Bath, England. The resort at Manitou Lake, while newly expanded , is nothing fancy. Still, people come from around the world for its healing properties. On the day we were there, we met a man who had suffered two heart attacks and three strokes and been given only months to live four years ago, before he started going to Manitou.
Temple Gardens Mineral Spa in Moose Jaw is a little more Jordan Reed Elite Jersey refined in its accommodations, but it's no Ritz Carlton either. While the spa and indoor pool area are clean and bright, the real appeal is outside. You can swim out into the outdoor area, on the fourth floor of the hotel, and luxuriate in the steaming waters under the stars or even winter skies, eye level with the treetops.
6. Largest urban park in North America
New York's Central Park is puny compared to Regina's Wascana Park. It covers 2,300 acres (compared to Central Park's 843), with jogging paths, fountains, flower gardens and kayaks and dragon boats. It was built in true prairie style the hard way, as a make work project in the Depression. Every inch of the 300 acres of lake was shovelled out by hand. Last year, the lake was dug deeper in preparation for August's Canada Games and the 2006 Canadian canoe and kayak championships.
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Saskatchewan (remember, "the bread basket of the world?") is where the world's best wheat, lentils and mustard are grown and exported to Europe, not to mention pork, wild rice, fresh water fish and prairie berries. Some Saskatchewan chefs are starting to highlight the local bounty.
"I would say that 92 per cent of our menu is regional and seasonal," says Moe Mathieu, chef at the Willow on Wascana, a tiny restaurant set over the lake in Regina's Wascana Park. Specialties include Land Chowder, with Saskatchewan potatoes, leeks and slow roasted pork; Crispy Semolina Polenta, made with Saskatchewan organic durum wheat; and Pemmican Blinis, topped with bison confit and Saskatoon berries.
Prairie painter Yvette Moore worked for months scraping nine layers of paint off the window and door frames in Moose Jaw's old Land Titles building with a plastic spatula so she wouldn't scratch the copper underneath. The result is a high ceilinged delight of a place, now the Yvette Moore Gallery and Copper texansonlineprostore.com/WOMENS-ARIAN-FOSTER-JERSEY.html Cafe. It's only open for lunch and afternoon tea, but don't miss four kinds of homemade soups, excellent biscuits and homemade desserts.
Calories, in Saskatoon, keeps its name from the days when it was simply a dessert cafe. Now it's a renowned restaurant and food shop, selling fresh breads and locally made granola, and serving gourmet dinners in a bistro setting. Look for such specialties as Saskatoon Berry Lemonade, Saskatchewan Goose Rilettes and Northern Pike on a wild rice, leek and black trumpet pilaf. Don't forget its desserts Gourmet magazine has written to request several of the recipes; its toffee cheesecake is legendary.
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