S: Sikora Summer Holidays 2011
1: Waking up with Daddy is so much fun! | Christopher, Emily and Luke
2: Jack Pines against the blue prairie sky
3: Loch Leven
5: Christopher and Grandpa
10: Hiking and loving it!
11: Mark, Elena and family, Grandpa, Grandma and Mary, and the Sikoras
14: View from Bald Butte
15: Daddy and Emily climbing Bald Butte | Christopher at the top
16: Prairie kids
18: Cypress MiniGolf | Emily golfing like a pro!
19: Life is good
22: Cypress Hills Amphitheatre Learning about the 1870s whiskey trade in the Cypress Hills of Canada
24: Daddy chopping wood, and Christpher wishing he could!
25: And that my friends was a great holiday ... on to Douglas Provincial Park.
26: Our campsite at Douglas Provincial Park
27: The joys of camping
28: Perfect day at Lake Diefenbaker
29: Christopher by the shore
31: Playing at the campground park
32: Lake Diefenbaker Visitor Center, Danielson Prov. Park
33: Checking out the displays
34: The Gardiner Dam
36: Life in our trailer!
39: Walking around the Douglas campground
40: Moose Jaw Armoury
44: The Tunnels gift shop and tour information center
45: The Tunnels of Moose Jaw | The Passage to Fortune tells the story of early Chinese immigrants to Canada. You become an Immigrant and follow in their footsteps through Burrows and Sons Laundry, in darkened tunnels under the streets and in the kitchen of Mr. Wong's cafe. (Left) | You're bootleggers in 1929. You come to Moose Jaw to buy booze from the Capone organization. You've got to learn the ropes and stay out of the way of the local police chief. You start out at Miss Fanny's club and end up in a tunnel, somewhere underground. And the only one who knows the way out is Gus, one of Capone's goons. (Above)
46: Driving back to Douglas from Moose Jaw
47: Our last day in Douglas Park
48: The sod house in Elbow Saskatchewan
49: Miniatures at the Elbow Museum
50: Our last stop before home, the Outlook Skytrail Bridge. The longest pedestrian bridge in Canada!
55: A beautiful day to end our wonderful holidays!!