East Grand Inn
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I started this blog so that you can all see the amazing places that I will be visiting while I study abroad in Lyon, France! I am very excited to start my adventure and I hope you enjoy following along with me!
... service while in Canada. Efen and Marvin saved my bacon...and after 2 visits, finally up and going again! (Fun story about these 2 guys...they lived only 1/2 mile apart in San Diego & had to come to Minot ND to meet each other!) Gentle rolling hills to flatness continued across Hwy 2 to the ND & MN border. On to the head of Mississippi River tomorrow, but after stopping at a quilt ...
... I felt like I was in the Appocolypse.
We also stopped for lunch in a very small little town that boasts it is the 'Geographical Center of North America." It's in a little town called Rugby. Almost exactly in the middle of the northern part of North Dakota (did that make sense?), this town had more buildings for sale or closed and boarded ...
... s parade and then finished the walk.
Grand Forks has a population of 53,000. They process potatoes, sugar beets and wheat. The University of North Dakota is located here.
We drove to Fargo for lunch and then to Bloomington, Minnesota and stayed at the Country Inn & Suites. We had dinner at ...
... It appears to me that the tanks are for storage at each pump, though in some places batteries of pumps are on the go and more storage is called for.
I reached Canada about 11am, going through the usual border inspections and interrogation. Fortunately there was no traffic and no delays and Saskatchewan awaited me.
The clumps of trees stood out immediately. Later I ...