In July 2016, my family drove from Winnipeg to Bakers Narrows, Manitoba. Bakers Narrows is a small town north of The Pas and somewhere south of Flin Flon.
Along the way, I captured some images of town mascots.
The white horse at St. Francois Xavier. Created by Winnipeg sculptor George Barone, the statue commemorates an Aboriginal legend.
Happy Rock for the town of Gladstone. You get it, right?!
Swan River has an elegant… well, swan. Of course!
And the town of Flin Flon has the fictional character, Josiah Flintabbatey Flonatin from the novel, The Sunless City by Preston Muddock.
Posted on January 26, 2017, in Artwork, Favourite Photos, Travel and tagged Flin Flon, Gladstone, Manitoba, mascots, photography, road trip, St. Francois Xavier, Suzanne Costigan, Swan River, town mascots. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.