Holiday Inn Minot - Riverside
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
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... literally searches for immigrants with various skills....and makes it financially rewarding for them to move to Sask. oil production keeps the province in $$$$, so no real budget issues. The huge farm lands produce a variety of wheat, canola, corn and sunflowers. Heavy rain made many hay fields look like a lake. Anxious to find AT&T store across the ...
... but that is good - ha ha:) But we are having a great chance to visit AND help her to complete the settling in. Many trips to Wal-Mart, Target, and the nearby mall have been on the journey. Getting familiar with the campus has been great - we have been able to finalize details that we needed to. We have tried some great restaurants, some local ones - good surprises.
As Rachel is at workouts or volleyball open gym, Kevin and I peruse the campus ...
... the state tree of North Dakota is the telephone pole. What trees there are have been planted by the farmers to shelter their homes and fields from the continuous winds that blow year round, but especially in the winter. Every town has its own grain elevator, so as you drive across the state, you will see grain elevators pop up out of nowhere in the fields. When you see one, you know you are in a town or burg. There aren't too many large cities in North ...
... up to date but to avoid extra charges, both Ron and I have been trying to keep our phones off since crossing the border and only use them for emergencies...like locating campgrounds, booking campgrounds, finding stores that sell beer and wine, locating Toyota dealers and Walmarts...just the essentials....so, if you call it will go to voicemail...so best to text and when we can, we will respond... Stay tuned...this trip may take us a while to reach our destination. We're in no ...
... another car pulled in. Out came Michael Johnson, editor of The Leader-News ('Oldest Newspaper in McLean County, established as The Times, May 10, 1883'), a young man, who would like to know what had brought me to Washburn. I basically told him the contents of Rita's and my blog since we started it on April 12. Mike made plenty of notes and at the end of the interview took ...