GuestHouse TownHouse Hotel Grand Forks
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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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!
... 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.
... 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 ...
... shower at a friend of Tim's place and I was shown around the town.
The mining industry, principally oil 'fracking' but also some gravel mining, has taken over and the town has swollen a lot in the last year or two. Here's another oil well pump that looks a bit different to others I've posted:
I went to the spare parts shop and got the bits for the wiper linkages. They were ...