Back out in the Country
Cow on the horizon:
Riding Out In The Country
Fog descended upon the land.
Very old bridge.
Back in the city.
Cannabis is legal in Canada.
Crops, Creeks and Clouds
A short tour of southwestern Manitoba today. Crops are coming along as the summer progresses. Lots of rainfall has made the foliage lush.
The yellow blooms of the canola crops.
A little park high above the Red River Valley.
Nice little pristine creek.
The bridge over the creek is just a huge slab of concrete.
Ominous looking extremely high cloud.
A sheep farm.
Major Winter Storm Heading for Manitoba
After unseasonably mild temperatures, Manitoba including Winnipeg city, are in the crosshairs of a big winter storm. That is what the crystal ball watching weather gurus say.
It has been way above normal temperatures in October and early November.
According to this weather expert Manitobans better batten the hatches and hunker down.
This is what is coming.
Spring has Sprung in Manitoba
The southern border of Manitoba is the 49th parallel, that is quite far north. Minnesota and North Dakota are south of Manitoba to put it in perspective. Today the temperature reached +19 celsius, 66 fahrenheit. Which is about normal for this time of year. We don’t see temps get into the hot zone, +30 C or in the 80’s F until the beginning of July.
But after our extremely cold winters, along with the frustrating pandemic restrictions, people in Manitoba are ready to go outside and breathe the fresh air. Pics were taken in Winnipeg.
Harvest on the Prairies
Harvest in South-Central Manitoba.
Out in the Country
Down on the Farm
South Central Manitoba