Hilton Garden Inn Grand Forks
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... back! This seaport city looks old! It is the second largest city on the Lake Superior shores, after Thunder Bay. Bridges, bridges, and more bridges, including The Aerial Lift Bridge, spanning the Duluth Ship Canal into Duluth's harbor, it is a vertical lift bridge. This is such a huge blue collar industrial type town that I won't have to twist Todd's arm too hard to come back and ...
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Driving south of Regina on Hwy 6, not even a tiny turn was needed! An 8-10 mile stretch south of Weyburn, Sask provided quite the active oil fields. Oil wells seem to be Iocated near or at the top of a knoll.....and in the middle of a wheat field or other crops. Pipelines are being installed. Heavy equipment and huge trucks fill the landscape. Water and chemical hauling trucks raced down ...
... 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 ...