The third part of our sister’s trip found us at a random roadside museum: The Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village and Museum.
Yes, a ship. In Saskatchewan. The story is about a man who wanted to get back home, so he started building a boat to take through Saskatchewan, to Hudson Bay, and beyond.
The beginnings of his boat are on display along with a make shift historic village. I just love how communities in Saskatchewan work hard at displaying pieces of history. Every old building has been converted to some type of shop, whether it be a print shop full of old typewriters, or a barber shop with chairs and contraptions that look like something off of the Green Mile.
This museum is 8 miles south of Moose Jaw on highway #2. Check out their website at:
This post is not sponsored. It was just a great little pit stop on our way to Moose Jaw Tunnels. Let me know what you think, if you stop by!