Canad Inns Destination Center Grand Forks
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... only to turn off on a dirt road for their fracking destination. Hope to learn about all the "salt water disposal" sites we saw. Dorms and tons of trailers house most of the oil workers around Minot area. "Now hiring" signs are everywhere. Infrastructure lags behind the needs represented by the influx of the oil boom. Most urgent, however, was finding an AT&T store and bring resolve ...
... it did open. The only thing it had going for it was gas stations. There were a lot of those.
We stopped for the night in Turtle River State Park. A gorgeous little place way off in the woods. It is just outside a city called Arvilla which is located just west of Grand Forks. Our last night in North Dakota looks to be peaceful and beautiful.
... the Red River North to Minnesota. We could see the mechanism used to turn the old bridge to allow river traffic to pass. We returned to the start point and then headed to the Near North Neighborhood past the Catholic Church, the Keg Drive In and back to the river. We walked along the dike to the bridge. We watched ...
... off surplus gas, too, which is visible in these conditions...
Every farm had a well or two on it, every time you turned you saw yet another. But not here:
This area was well-eroded and no doubt flows a lot of water as ice melts each year. And there's water in the lakes in the area around New Town further north...
I got fuel there, sufficient for ...
... from Buddhism: impermanence.
This is the notion that nothing in life is permanent. Bad things never last, things transform like love or pain. But that's not a negative, its inevitable, part of life. Everything is changing all the time. People, buildings, cars, food, thoughts. But in spite of this fact it is possible to find peace by not 'attaching' oneself to things or expectations or the disappointment that things end. I'm ...