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Prairies North Magazine Summer 2009 Back Issue

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Good Prairie Living: Wildlife -- This big eater is also an extraordinary flyer--not just another pretty avian face | 9; The Family of Dance -- Mention the Fetsch family among Ukrainian dance fans and they'll know you're talking about some of the most exciting performances you'll ever see | 13; Wheels, Jet, Parachute: Just Add Canola -- If alternative fuel technology needed a big boost, it got it in drag racer Kevin Therres and his jet car and truck | 17; Telling the Story One Piece at a Time -- Don't let their small-town location deceive you--business owners and keepers-of-traiditional-ways, Jeff and Kathleen Coleclough are spreading Aboriginal crafting traditions far beyond their small-town boundaries | 23; The Man Behind Elk Ridge -- Arne Petersen has nestled a fantastic resort into pristine boreal forest. The spa is finished but there's more coming | 26; The Lieutenant Governor’s Garden Party -- A July 1 garden party at the home of the Lieutenant Governor in Regina is the perfect place to celebrate Saskatchewan's past and future | 30; Prairie in Bloom -- Saskatchewan Wildflowers | 38; Sculpting Sound -- Fine hand-crafted guitars have put the little town of Tugaske on the world map. Luthier David Freeman's school produces first rate instruments | 46; Sailing, Sailing -- The fresh waters of Saskatchewan are a favourite destination for sailors from across Canada. As facilities improve at the province's lakes, more of our waters are festooned with billowing sails | 54; Your Prairie Spaces – Ghost towns generally don’t echo with fiddle reels. Tiny Tuffnell’s not done kickin’ up its heels | 61; Building with Straw -- No wolf will be blowing Bernie Schimnosky and Rene Blom's straw-bale house down | 65; Your Food: Marvelous Mustard -- Mustard flour, mustard oil, plain old mustard--definitely. But mustard cheesecake? Mustard custard? | 69; Your Photography: Plovers | 73; Your Memories: The Real Canora Toy Story |77.
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Summer 2009 Good Prairie Living: Wildlife -- This big eater is also an extraordinary flyer--not just another pretty avian face | 9; The Family of Dance -- Mention the Fetsch family among Ukrainian dance fans and they'll know you're talking about some of the most exciting performances you'll ever see | 13; Wheels, Jet, Parachute: Just Add Canola -- If alternative fuel technology needed a big boost, it got it in drag racer Kevin Therres and his jet car and truck | 17; Telling the Story One Piece at a Time -- Don't let their small-town location deceive you--business owners and keepers-of-traiditional-ways, Jeff and Kathleen Coleclough are spreading Aboriginal crafting traditions far beyond their small-town boundaries | 23; The Man Behind Elk Ridge -- Arne Petersen has nestled a fantastic resort into pristine boreal forest. The spa is finished but there's more coming | 26; The Lieutenant Governor’s Garden Party -- A July 1 garden party at the home of the Lieutenant Governor in Regina is the perfect place to celebrate Saskatchewan's past and future | 30; Prairie in Bloom -- Saskatchewan Wildflowers | 38; Sculpting Sound -- Fine hand-crafted guitars have put the little town of Tugaske on the world map. Luthier David Freeman's school produces first rate instruments | 46; Sailing, Sailing -- The fresh waters of Saskatchewan are a favourite destination for sailors from across Canada. As facilities improve at the province's lakes, more of our waters are festooned with billowing sails | 54; Your Prairie Spaces – Ghost towns generally don’t echo with fiddle reels. Tiny Tuffnell’s not done kickin’ up its heels | 61; Building with Straw -- No wolf will be blowing Bernie Schimnosky and Rene Blom's straw-bale house down | 65; Your Food: Marvelous Mustard -- Mustard flour, mustard oil, plain old mustard--definitely. But mustard cheesecake? Mustard custard? | 69; Your Photography: Plovers | 73; Your Memories: The Real Canora Toy Story |77.


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Good Prairie Living: Wildlife -- This big eater is also an extraordinary flyer--not just another pretty avian face | 9; The Family of Dance -- Mention the Fetsch family among Ukrainian dance fans and they'll know you're talking about some of the most exciting performances you'll ever see | 13; Wheels, Jet, Parachute: Just Add Canola -- If alternative fuel technology needed a big boost, it got it in drag racer Kevin Therres and his jet car and truck | 17; Telling the Story One Piece at a Time -- Don't let their small-town location deceive you--business owners and keepers-of-traiditional-ways, Jeff and Kathleen Coleclough are spreading Aboriginal crafting traditions far beyond their small-town boundaries | 23; The Man Behind Elk Ridge -- Arne Petersen has nestled a fantastic resort into pristine boreal forest. The spa is finished but there's more coming | 26; The Lieutenant Governor’s Garden Party -- A July 1 garden party at the home of the Lieutenant Governor in Regina is the perfect place to celebrate Saskatchewan's past and future | 30; Prairie in Bloom -- Saskatchewan Wildflowers | 38; Sculpting Sound -- Fine hand-crafted guitars have put the little town of Tugaske on the world map. Luthier David Freeman's school produces first rate instruments | 46; Sailing, Sailing -- The fresh waters of Saskatchewan are a favourite destination for sailors from across Canada. As facilities improve at the province's lakes, more of our waters are festooned with billowing sails | 54; Your Prairie Spaces – Ghost towns generally don’t echo with fiddle reels. Tiny Tuffnell’s not done kickin’ up its heels | 61; Building with Straw -- No wolf will be blowing Bernie Schimnosky and Rene Blom's straw-bale house down | 65; Your Food: Marvelous Mustard -- Mustard flour, mustard oil, plain old mustard--definitely. But mustard cheesecake? Mustard custard? | 69; Your Photography: Plovers | 73; Your Memories: The Real Canora Toy Story |77.
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