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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
It's another windy rainy day again today. Such fickle weather we have had.
Driving through the greater part of North Dakota today we saw a house burning down. It's sad to see the ending of memories. There were two truck sitting in the yard but no fire or police for as far as the eye could see. No one seemed concerned.We also saw an old ...
... 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 ...
... get into Canada and back out as I know the price there is higher.
I was taken by the haystacks last trip, when they were being piled up. This time the winter was just over and the residue was all that was left. This farm has a bit left over, others maybe not so much, but it's all part of the cycle in these parts.
Another different oil well pump, it looks like it has a ...
... this but on the whole the reality of impermanence is not an easy concept for us North Americans to grasp in our 'doing'-oriented society. We resist it because we want to be happy and paradoxically we must learn to let go in order to find that happiness, and peace. It's a process of 'being' and it is dependent on time.
Applying this to holidays, they have a beginning and an end and rather than feel loss by the end of a ...