I’ve decided to plug along with my right hand as my left arm heals. It could be six to eight weeks in a cast, so I don’t want to neglect my blog that long. With practice, it’s not taking me too long to type with my right hand.

So let’s continue with our Saskatchewan road trip.

This metal rotunda stands at the end of Main Street in Hafford, SK.

It was created by Jim Jensen in nearby Mount Nebo, SK. to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the town (celebrated in 2013).

Each of the 10 steel panels represents what happened in that designated decade of the town’s history. Such things as the railroad, electricity, telephones, and the two world wars are depicted by cutouts in each panel.

“The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.”

Winston Churchill