Crookston Inn And Convention Center
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Heated pool
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... We had great visit with Art and Virginia. Again, I forgot to take pictures - the camera was in the truck - my BAD. We also had a chance to explore TRF. I found the house that Don and Tress lived. I also seen the candy store which is now an Edward Jones Investment office. We also stopped at the beach part on the Thief River. We enjoyed our visit to TRF and headed back to Detroit Lakes.
Chuck and Sheila Noel.
... 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 ...
... the Red River North to Minnesota. We could see the mechanism used to turn the old bridge to allow river traffic to pass. We returned to the start point and then headed to the Near North Neighborhood past the Catholic Church, the Keg Drive In and back to the river. We walked along the dike to the bridge. We watched ...
... 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 ...
... from Buddhism: impermanence.
This is the notion that nothing in life is permanent. Bad things never last, things transform like love or pain. But that's not a negative, its inevitable, part of life. Everything is changing all the time. People, buildings, cars, food, thoughts. But in spite of this fact it is possible to find peace by not 'attaching' oneself to things or expectations or the disappointment that things end. I'm ...