This past spring we had a really bad storm move through our area and a pair of Cedar Waxwings sought refuge in our apple tree. We have never seen had these birds in our yard before. They built a nest and weeks later hatched three babies. It was amazing to watch them grown from helpless little babies to the day they took flight. I hope they come back again in the spring, but if not I am grateful for the nature lesson they taught our family- To sometimes just be still and watch nature unfold around is amazing.
Brandon, Manitoba Industrial School
Susan, Swampy Cree Woman.
Fort Desjarlais (1836-1858)Fort Desjarlais is remembered as the largest fort, most prominent and most successful of the Souris River trading posts in the fur trading days in Manitoba.
John Norquay (1841-1889) First Metis Premier of Manitoba.
Stott Site and the Buffalo Jump.
"The legend of the White Horse"
A picture of The Plains Indian Buffalo Hunt, by my son, in grade 6.