Canadian Provincial Capitals Scroll Saw Patterns Whitehorse The Capital Of The Yukon And Home To About 70 Of The Territory S Residents Is Located On The Banks Of The Wild Yukon River And Lies Within The Shadow Of The Imposing Coast Mountains
Canadian provincial capitals scroll saw patterns whitehorse the capital of the yukon and home to about 70 of the territory s residents is located on the banks of the wild yukon river and lies within the shadow of the imposing coast mountains is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by alexander with ID 1284473357 was uploaded on 28-01-2019 and has been viewed 293,315 times.
Whitehorse Illustration by Marcus Cutler It's one of the most beautiful capital cities, rightfully referred to as the 'wilderness capital'.Whitehorse, which developed during the Klondike Gold Rush as a transportation hub, gets its name from the White Horse rapids (lost to the Whitehorse dam in 1958).
The Yukon is part of the boreal forest ecosystem, with the Subalpine fir (aka Rocky Mountain fir) recognized as the territorial tree.It's a medium sized tree that grows up to 60' with a trunk diameter of up to 3'.
Our scroll saw pattern incorporates the Yukon coat of arms at the top (minus the Malamute that normally surmounts the shield) with a vista of the Coast Mountain range and the City of Whitehorse at the bottom.
The cross at the top of the shield, which pays homage to our historical link to England, sits astride a heraldic pattern that represents the Yukon's fur resource base.The lower part of the shield represents the Yukon's mountains.
The circles (which would be gold, not black) represent the Yukon's mineral resource base and its link to the Klondike Gold Rush.The two wavy lines in the middle represent the Yukon's great rivers.Scroll cutting tipsPhoto-enlarge the pattern to the...