Last Updated on June 11, 2021
The winner is announced. Congratulations to Cathy who will be receiving a copy of Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives, and Flat Out Delicious. The draw was made on the evening of June 3.
These two bestselling books are your keys to exploring Saskatchewan and eating well along the way. BOTH CAN BE YOURS. That’s not all! You have TWO chances to win.
Just in time for summer, we’ve teamed up with Jenn Sharp, host and co-producer of the Flat Out Food documentary series on Citytv Saskatchewan and author of Flat Out Delicious for this double book giveaway. It’s the perfect combo to guide you to cool places and great food!
Enter by leaving a comment below telling us your favourite place in Saskatchewan to go for a drive. A winner will be selected by a draw on June 3.
Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives
Saskatchewan is tailor-made for backroad exploring. We have more roads than any province in Canada – enough to circle the equator four times! Possibilities are mind-boggling, from drives through spectacular river valleys to sweeping natural grasslands, lake-studded boreal forest, wild badlands, some of Canada’s largest sand dunes, breathtaking viewpoints, little-known hideaways, and historic treasures.
Drive a third of the way across Saskatchewan entirely in the Qu’Appelle Valley. Take a little-known backroad through the Big Muddy Badlands. Wander through the Thickwood Hills to the other-worldly Crooked Bush. Combine your drive with awesome hikes and nature walks to discover the best that Saskatchewan has to offer.
Winner of a Travel Media Award in the Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence, Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives shows you the way, complete with precise directions, GPS coordinates, and over 180 colour photos.
Flat Out Delicious: Your Definitive Guide to Saskatchewan’s Food Artisans
Flat Out Delicious is a robust and inspiring travel companion for both local and visiting food-lovers alike that reveals the stories, inspiration, and friendly faces of the people who craft great food in Saskatchewan.
Author Jenn Sharp and photographer Richard Marjan spent four months travelling Saskatchewan, chatting at market stalls, in kitchens, bottling sheds, and stockrooms. Flat Out Delicious is the culmination of interviews with small-scale farmers and city gardeners, beekeepers and chocolatiers, ranchers, chefs, and winemakers. Together they tell the story of Saskatchewan’s unique food systems.
The journey is organized into seven regions (including a chapter each for restaurant hotbeds Regina and Saskatoon), with essays that delve deeper—into traditional Indigenous moose hunts, wild rice farming in the remote north, and berry picking in the south. There are profiles of over 150 artisans, along with detailed maps, travel tips, and stunning photography, making the book the ideal companion for a road trip that involves plenty of stopping to eat along the way.
How to Enter
• Subscribe to photojourneys.ca (if you’re already subscribed, you’re halfway there). Sign up below in the footer, or on the sidebar.
• Go to the comments section below in this posting and tell us your favourite place in Saskatchewan to go for a drive. That’s all there is to it. One entry per person.
• On June 3, 2021, we will draw from all valid entries and contact the winner by email for a mailing address to ship the books. In order to comply with Canadian contest regulations, the winner will be required to answer a skill-testing question. The winner’s first name only will be announced.
• The contest is open to all photojourneys.ca subscribers who are Canadian residents at least 18 years of age and have a mailing address in Canada (because of different contest regulations in Quebec, this contest is not open to residents of Quebec).
• The prize is one copy of the book, Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives, with a value of $24.95 and one copy of Flat Out Delicious, with a value of $25. The books will be sent to the winner postage paid.
• No purchase is necessary to enter the contest.
• The draw will be based on valid entries received in the comments section of this posting between May 27 and June 3, 2021.
• Chances of winning will depend on the number of valid entries received.
• The contest is sponsored by Parkland Publishing and Sharp Communications.
Double your chances to win
Jenn is also giving away the same two books on her Instagram and Facebook so be sure to enter there to double your chances of winning!
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23 thoughts on “Win 2 Awesome Saskatchewan Books”
My daughter and I love to drive any of the backroads we come across, we never know what we’ll stumble upon. Whether is be the beautiful views or the historical landmarks like the Shiloh Church. So much to see in this province!
Back country rkads
Last year I wanted to do all things Saskatchewan, feom events to road trips. Because of Covid, it didn’t happen. Maybe this will be the year 🙂
To the country to see all of the farm land and the variety of crops planted
I love driving the back roads. We live in Saskatoon, so can easily head out a few hours in any direction and see so many different sights based on our mood that day. Thanks so much.
If I had to pick only one, it would be the drive though Cypress Hills Park. Lots of places to stop to enjoy and take pictures, and It changes so much depending on the time of day and your direction of travel.
The drive to Waskesui after you turn off highway 2 and start towards PANP. The air changes and the stress releases.
The EcoRoad Tour in West Block Grasslands National Park and the Badlands Parkway in East Block National Park are mt favourites – wildlife, Frenchman River, Native prairie, and easy access to view the badlands and the Valley of a Thousand Devils.
The “back way” to North Battleford from Saskatoon through the Eagle Hills. Found it thanks to your book!
Fish creek road along the river
The Cypress Hills and the Grassland parks are the most interesting places in Saskatchewan to travel through.
Grasslands National Park Eco Tour
Cypress Hills near Maple Creek
Such a beautiful drive from Eastend through the hills to Cypress Hill Provincial Park
Prince Albert national Park is a great place for a drive.. Not too far from Saskatoon! Fishing, Hiking, wildlife, Lakes and camping are all so close to home.. Close enough to make a day trip even! So many other places but not as close .The cook book would be an awesome addition to go along with my Saskatchewan Scenic Drives 👍
The Hanson Lake Road just feels like home!
I love driving highways and backroads anywhere in the Qu’Appelle Valley – just feels so cozy in those hills and respect the historical significance of the valley. I just love driving! And turning onto roads I haven’t drove before💖
We love travelling through the Thickwood Hills any time of year as the vistas change each time we move through it each way! Another road trip we loved was travelling round trip to Eastend from Cypress Hills and back again. (Thanks to your book!) So many wonderful places with unique scenery and hidden gems! We love spontaneously trying backroads when we have time (while geocaching too) and have found some treasured views. Our next excursion is going to be the route to Battleford, Meeting Lake to Chitek Lake via Eagle Creek way. We tried last year but never actually made it. This is the year! Totally have enjoyed all your books and the information you have given to encourage exploring (easy/harder) of our province!
Love to drive a big crop tour and cattle ranchs mostly the awesome scenery Hopefully things open up by August we are hoping for another road trip from ontario
A lovely day trip we enjoy driving is from Saskatoon on 219 south to Gardiner Dam in Danielson Provincial Park.
We love the scenic drive at Narrow Hills Provincial Park 🙂
I love Northern Saskatchewan.