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Hidden Gem In Our Own Backyard

Neepawa Banner feature on Earth Rhythms:  We recently had the opportunity to host Stephanie Lisoway, a staff writer for the Neepawa Banner in the town closely associated with the Lily Festival and the birthplace of Margaret Laurence, a well-respected Canadian literary figure. 

Stephanie was interested in reviewing the kind of programming that we provided, and helping her readers to better understand the kinds of nature-based tourism that exists within their backyard.  As Stephanie and I discussed how best to give her "a taste of Riding Mountain nature", it occurred to me that maybe she could accompany me as I did some research for an upcoming family group that had booked a photo and wildlife safari with me. 

Her article spilled out of that morning's experience - we headed out around 6 am, and had a great set of experiences.  You can read the article Clear Lake Adventures 2009, and watch a short video about some of the wildlife that we saw that day.

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