Nice review of Historic Walks of Regina and Moose Jaw

Much to my surprise, there’s a big review (in the newspaper itself, it comes with a giant image of the book!) of Historic Walks of Regina and Moose Jaw in today’s Leader Post.

Edward Willett has cobbled together a walking guide that will appeal to history buffs and those with a keen appreciation for architecture.

While Regina and Moose Jaw are relatively young cities in terms of their history compared with Old Montreal or Quebec City, Willett has been able to pull together 10 walks that gives both residents and tourists alike a flavour of our past, with tidbits about prominent founding families…

Kudos to Willett who recognized those of us living in a concrete jungle appreciate the craftsmanship of the stone masons and bricklayers who left a lasting legacy.

Very nice!

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