Thursday, April 23, 2020

Tour Part Two

I thought I would share a few more pictures with all of you of my city.

First off some of the Historical homes that are still standing.

There are many more, and if I can find the pictures I will post them another time.

Woodlawn Regional Park is a place we spent many a happy week camping in the past. This little campground is just south of the city.

It is also the home of the Souris Valley Theater. A place Harvey and I visit twice a summer for the two live theater events.

This building started it's life as the Jewish Synagogue here. Then when the Jewish community left the city they sold it to the city and it became our Public Library. Later when the new library was built a dance studio bought it and still owns it as of today.

This is the Leisure Complex, the home of our indoor pool, gym, two rinks (one of which is larger and used for other events as well) the weight room, a multipurpose room, and our library. 

Our main street (also known as 4th Street) looking west.

When I get back from Kris's I will hopefully be able to continue the tour.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.


  1. And there's the Tower Cafe! The other restaurant behind the Tower was where we went of a great steak. I loved the filet mignon. The rest of the buildings I don't recognize at all.

    Take care and stay well!

  2. Thank you for that lovely tour. It's good to have an insight into you!

  3. You live in a wonderful place Jackie. I love live theatre too and would certainly visit Souris Valley theatre. We lived in Toronto for a while many years ago when the children were small and there was so much to see and do. Thank you for sharing your photos.
    Stay safe xx

  4. The historical houses look so lovely. I'd like to have a wander round them.

  5. A lovely tour. Hope Kris is doing well and recovering. Take care.

  6. So lovely to have historic homes, which are still standing!!!!

    And lots of other interesting places. Like the Leisure Complex. Bet people who enjoyed these places, are missing them so much, now. -sigh-

    Travel safely!

    We have to open soon!

  7. Imagine the prairie frontier back then when those houses were originally built. I love love love going to really old theatres, they always smell of history (in a good way)

  8. Looks lovely Jacquie. I love the historic houses.