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North Dakota - "Legendary."
Just couldn't believe how flat the country is in North Dakota. Flat prairie land everywhere converted to enormous farms for cropping or ranching. A huge State but only about 700,000 people live in it. Great traveling the roads as you see bison, wolf/coyote (not sure which), deer and elk. Oil drilling has taken off on the western side of Nth Dakota with wells all along the side of the roads.
... we loaded up the bikes and headed back to Mandan.
On the ride this morning, I had noticed that I definitely had less lung capacity going up the hills, and it felt a bit like breathing through water, but I wasn’t sure how much the humidity contributed to that. But Dave and I both thought it wise to take some of our free afternoon and get me to a doctor to have it checked out. We found a walk-in clinic on the north side of ...
... and minister to many in the hispanic culture. In addition they minister amongst 9 different language groups. They were generous in their love, prayers and support of me and Kidz Romania.
As you can see by the pictures below Amelia just found herself right in the middle of this family and loves them all. She is happy surrounded by people and of course chips and salsa.
I drove from Minneapolis-St. Paul to Bismarck today. Before I left the Twin Cities I went over to the Cathedral and Basilica of St. Paul in St. Paul (the name of the city is no coincidence). It's a massive, beautiful cathedral and was fun to poke around. I had already attended morning Mass at the local parish in downtown Minneapolis, but they had Eucharistic Adoration at St. Paul, which was a bonus!
The drive ...
... 8220;demand” and “supply” is kept. Williston’s McDonald’s is the busiest in the country now; start out bagging fries at $15 an hour. If you have a license, no criminal record, and can drive a truck, you can expect to pull in a six-figure salary. Where else in the country is that happening? And how does a small community weather such a rapid, and dramatic, change?
This summer, the Wal-Mart in ...