Sleep Inn Minot
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
After leaving Pierre SD for Bismarck ND - we stayed a night in Bismarck - then onward north to Minot. There was one place that we stopped outside of Pierre - Dawna saw it on the map and said, "hey, why don't we stop at this lake and check it out?" It was the Swan Creek Recreational Park - and it was wonderful! The verses from America the Beautiful filled my mind as soon as I saw the area -beautiful spacious skies, amber waves of grain.... This ...
We left Minneapolis this morning and headed across the state, through Minnesota's farm land with corn, wheat, and other crops. We saw many fields and large farms with huge grain storage facilities. We headed into North Dakota, into Fargo at lunchtime and stopped for lunch. Then we headed across North Dakota. The main things I remember about North Dakota (after living here for two years) is the huge farms, large farm buildings, and very few trees. They ...
... station and came on board...but found zilch. We almost always switch before crossing the border as we have come to believe (from past crossings)that if a woman is driving, they don't bother with the secondary inspection. But they do when a man is driving. Ron was at the wheel...so on the way home, we will try that with me at the wheel and see what happens. Last night's stay at Walmart taught us a few things about dry camping in Walmart lots...one is that no matter how level the ...
Well! We have been on this train for quite a while and I am loving the views. It is so odd because on one side of the train, there is rolling prairie and is flat as the eye can see. On the other side, there are hills and hills and more hills. I've seen a couple of ranches which are huge and lovely. Seriously, at this point, ...