Duff Roblin Provincial Park

The Floodway system was created to divert water from the Red River through a channel network around Winnipeg and neighboring communities, during high flood seasons. Duff Roblin Provincial Park https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/pubs/parks-protected-spaces/duff_roblin.pdf Pelicans Pelicans in flight. Killdeer Geese Red River Floodway Inlet Control Structure The Red River https://youtu.be/HaDGiuyWsVE The New Observation Platform opening Fall 2020. Floodway Sunrise... Continue Reading →

Enjoy this photo galley of Trees Maple Leaf 🍁 Stump https://soiwasthinking.blog/2020/05/16/st-vital-park/https://soiwasthinking.blog/2020/08/11/st-norbert-art-centre/ Raining in the Trees Maple Tree Maple Tree Spring Maple Tree The sunset shining on the trees https://youtu.be/3zJTjXztQtA Pine trees Pine Trees Foot Bridge https://soiwasthinking.blog/2020/05/12/sandrington-park/ https://soiwasthinking.blog/2020/05/12/sandrington-park/ https://soiwasthinking.blog/2020/05/12/sandrington-park/ Tree Roots Tree RootsTree RootsTree RootsTree RootsTree RootsTree RootsTree RootsTree RootsTree RootsTree RootsTree Roots Apple TreeApple Tree... Continue Reading →

On June 19, 2013 southern Alberta experienced a flash flood that was triggered by several days of rain. Over 100,000 people were displaced and five lost their lives in the unexpected flood. Many residents were caught still sleeping. People reported that their homes were surrounded in water in under twenty minutes. The water had reached... Continue Reading →

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