Monday, October 27, 2008

Regina is home to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Training Academy. Pictured here is the brand new RCMP Heritage Centre Museum. (My World)



http://www.rcmpheritagecentre.com/

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28 comments:

Louise said...

What a beautiful lawn they have. I like the shape of the building.

ewok1993 said...

I hope you feature one mountie (is that what they're called?) next time around.

What a lush surroundings you have there.

imac said...

Nice to peep at your world, great stuff.

Susan said...

What a beautiful setting for their museum, it's lovely! It's good to know they've got such a tribute, too.
Thank you for sharing!

Maria said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting! Canada is such a beautiful country, thanks for sharing!

Jeanne said...

That's a very interesting looking building. Neat to be so close to the home of the Mounties. Thanks for sharing.

Carver said...

That's a beautiful building surrounded by trees. Good shot from your part of the world.

ChrissyM said...

Gorgeous landscape and interesting builiding. Very nice!

ChrissyM said...

Gorgeous landscape and interesting builiding. Very nice!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I just learned something new! I didn't know there's a new RCMP museum in Regina. How cool!

Luiz Ramos said...

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Museum. Great your World.

Wren said...

Interesting building. Nearly hidden behind the trees. I hope you'll show us more of this part of your world in weeks to come.

April said...

This is great! I'd love to visit the museum one day. Very nice photo.

Sara G said...

Great post and pic!!
Thanks for commenting on my blog!
Take care

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Argh the Mounties, truly a legend

piedmontperspective said...

I love the landscaping! I was fortunate to see the Musical Ride the last time I was in Penetanguishene. They were so amazing that I almost forgot to take pictures!

Bobbie in Hawaii said...

Beautiful lawn and attractive, modern building. Nice.

Dina said...

I always loved seeing the handsome Mounties and their beautiful horses, but alas, only in the movies.

Arija said...

...but where oh where are the Mounties in their smart uniforms?

Lawstude said...

Thank you for the wonderful tour. This 2nd week of meme really makes us appreciate the many places that we don't usually see or ever had a chance to visit like the one you showed me in this post. Hope you get to have time to check my world too. Another great job and more to come in the coming weeks.

Migs CFL fan said...

Thanks for the comments everyone. Rest assured, I will be posted many pics of the Mounties themselves as well as more of the grounds of the RCMP training academy which is really something to see all in its own.

Cheers

fishing guy said...

Migs: What a neat post and it's great to get this info of your area.

A Blog In The Rough said...

Wow an RCMP museum, must be very interesting. Thanks for posting :)

Agring said...

That's very nice building surrounded by beautiful landscape.

Brandi said...

In high school my younger sister had a friend whose father was a member of the RCMP and they lived in one of the houses at the barracks. I drove her home one night just before Christmas. It was like stepping into another time. She found it boring living there because there was no one her age but I thought it was beautiful. Small brick houses, beautiful church, Christmas lights in the trees. It was lightly snowing. I'll probably never set foot there again, but I'll never forget it. I took a little drive around before I left that night. Shhh, don't tell!

Any chance you could sneak in and take pictures? Wishful thinking, probably.

Migs CFL fan said...

Thanks so much for the comments everyone. Yes I do plan on going onto the barracks and taking some pics of the Mounties, the musical ride as well as the grounds themselves. Stay tuned!!!

Klaus said...

How green everything is!
Thank you for sharing!
Cheers, Klaus

The Tile Lady said...

How cool! Thanks for posting this for My World Tuesday! You are young and probably don't remember this, but there was an awesome book written, based on the life of a woman from Boston who marries a Mounty and makes Canada her home. It isn't a complex book, or deep reading, but it is such a moving story, and I have loved it all my life. It is Mrs. Mike, by Benedict and Nancy Freedman...you can get it still in used book stores, through abebooks, and maybe in libraries. Check it out some time if you get a chance. I have always wanted to visit Canada because of that book! Maybe I will get to one day!
Marie

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