Why I Keep Coming Back to Jan Lake, Saskatchewan. My first trip to Jan was in 2007, when I was offered a job at Three Lakes Camp for the summer.
It seemed like an interesting and exciting opportunity to get to experience something different. I remember arriving the first time and the first thing I noticed was the view from the big deck that overlooked the bay and Dog Island. I had never seen islands on a lake before. I found it so amazing, the sky was as blue as the water, and in the middle sat an island covered in lush green trees.
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