Thursday, September 29, 2016

July and August - Life in North Dakota.

A relatively quiet life out here.  Lots of work shifts for both of us.  Seemed like we took advantage of every weekend we could to see the grandchildren.  We did make it to church in Devils Lake a few times.  There was a picnic after church one Sunday.  Brats and chicken.  Saw some great sunsets thanks to all the wet weather and vast skies. 

In our taste hobby of craft beers, we found a couple of places to go.  One is J.L. Beers, a brew and hamburger place. Every one of their stores would have a different selection of craft brew. We tried the Blue Moose over in East Grand Forks, MN. and we really liked Brick and Barley in Downtown Grand Forks.  Down in Fargo we frequented J.L. Beers as well as Vinyl Taco and The Wurst Beer Hall. 

After much shopping around, we finally traded in our 25' pull behind trailer for a 34' fifth wheel. Some great people at Leisureland RV in East Grand Forks, MN.

Of course we did some geocaching as well. In addition to some cute finds in Sertoma Park next to the hospital, Laurie and I both placed our first caches.  Mine is in Grand Forks and hers is at the entrance to our town of Petersburg.

Skies preceding an intense storm in East Grand Forks

Firey sunset

Foggy morning

Distant falling rain and a developing tornado warning.

Sertoma Park in Grand Forks during a little geocaching


Our new fifth-wheel still on the lot
Typical harvest life on a busy Grand Forks street

surprisingly amazing sunset in Grand Forks.

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