If I'd been a member longer, I'd roll off something like "what, did you lose a bet?"
But I'm new, so I'll try to keep it in tow. But I will say that if my further responses don't thrill you, try posting in the "Canadian Troopers" section for more action.
Moosejaw...the very definition of "open prairie." The two nearest major cities are Regina (75km to the east) and Calgary (700 kms to the west)...and you'll be able to see them both from wherever you pull in.
Trees? Not many.
Hills? Not so much.
Tall buildings? No.
Sunsets that last two hours? Yes.
Optical illusions that appear close, but are really still 50 km away? Yes.
The Southwest Saskatchewan tourism site might be helpful (Be patient. The server is run out of Pete Ternopolsky's basement or something, so the connection is slow for everyone, not just Yankees
But beware, they lie. For example, they make it sound more interesting than it is. Also, they have a weather link that says the average temp in July is 25C (77F). No, it's usually more like 30C (85F). And with no wind, no shade, and no precipitation for two months, it's hot. Here is a more in-depth (and reliable) weather link
, gives you real daily data from Moosejaw in 2007.
I shouldn't joke too much, because Mrs. CowtownBB is from Saskatchewan. Of course, she had the good sense to leave...oh! OH! Stop it!
Really, you will never meet nicer or more resourceful people than in Saskatchewan. They are terrific people, and have a real sense of community. Even if they have a lot of funny names for their towns.
Sorry. Anyway let me know if you need more info, or help. One thing I will mention, beyond your "weather? terrain?" questions, is that booze and smokes will be at least twice the price you are used to paying in USA. Again, that's not prejudice against you Yankees, that's just the way it is. Also gas has been over $5/gallon here for a long time, if you do the conversions, so don't be too impressed when you see $1.29 at the stations. But like I said, nice people, guaranteed a good bunch will host you.