19
Aug
09

Pix Of The Day – Spending the night in a Saskatchewan Ghost Town

I must admit in the past 11 months I’ve spent the night in  a lot of wild places. In Toronto it was on Bay Street, in Ottawa I spent the night outside the fence of the RCMP detachment (they did stop by to see what was going on), at Halifax I spent two weeks in a vacant lot etc. But this particular night it happened to be in Fusiler, a real, true blue ghost town. Out of all the places this one un-nerved me the most, Winnipeg, the “city of sirens”, was a close second. There’s just something spooky about a bunch of abandoned building and being by yourself miles from the nearest inhabited town. Nothing out of the ordinary happened this night, i didn’t sleep so great because I guess I just excepted something bizarre to occur. In the morning I was greeted with a fly by from the only other inhabitant, a Great Horned Owl. Fusiler has possibly the best elevator to photograph in all of the prairies. This was the second time I’ve spent the night there and hopefully the last.

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