Twelve people came out on this sunny, breezy Sunday of the July long weekend.
Our route was from A39 north to Stan’s Bench. Then we crossed the road and continued north along Mud Lake. Lunch was at a picnic table (courtesy of the landowner) with a view of the lake in the broad valley.
We walked through a mix of hay fields, pastures, and woods. Here and there, we found the striking native wood lilies (Lilium philadelphicum) also the provincial emblem of Saskatchewan.
Along the way we encountered a luscious strawberry patch and a saskatoon patch at the start of ripening.
Also spotted today were a deer and a fox.
There are many more photos on Flickr.