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The rare and lovely prairie-fringed gentian which once coloured the fields purple is now found only in remote ditches.


A young buck surveys the landscape in Pinawa.


St. Andrews on the Red, the oldest stone church in Western Canada. (Built 1845 to 1849.)


and the rugged landscape gives birth to sturdy plants that struggle feebly in Winnipeg. Beausejour, Lac du Bonnet, Pinawa boast grand gardens in a stunning setting. Te en- tire town of Pinawa is a park, set like a jewel on the banks of the lake-like Winnipeg River, deep in the boreal forest. Watch carefully as you drive in or near the Whiteshell and you might see a field of white lupine. You will certainly see the wild deer that inhabit the town. Ten, down in a corner of the province is the south-


east angle, where boreal forest, aspen parkland, prairie lakes and wetlands meet in a tangle of water, trees and wildflowers such as crocus, lady's slippers, wild colum- bine and blue flag. You can drive back to the city through Steinbach, a model of perfect homes and gardens behind flower-bedecked streets. Drink all this in. If you live a hundred years, you will


never uncover all the wonderful sights and secrets of Manitoba, our own garden province.


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