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Let's see, maybe I can help out the geographically challenged here.

North Dakota. That's west of Minnesota, east of Montana, north of South Dakota, and south of Canada. Right?

BTW, what is in North Dakota?:smt033
11 months and 25 days each year there is snow in N.D.(USAF at GFAFB for 6 looooooooooong years:rolleyes:)
 

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Sure don't see many drifters up in that part of the country. Nephew lives up there say the winter winds keep the bums blowed out of town. Good hunting if your into that.

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Never hunted in ND but have a few friends who do. They claim to see hundreds of deer at a time during the rifle season. I grew up in a small town in MN about 40mi. east of where I live now. So me and some of my family hunt around there and usually get enough deer four the five of us.

Let's see, maybe I can help out the geographically challenged here.

North Dakota. That's west of Minnesota, east of Montana, north of South Dakota, and south of Canada. Right?

BTW, what is in North Dakota?:smt033
Just like my previous post said nothing. Well I guess I should say nothing we have plenty of beer(which is a good thing). Its pretty boring though. Unless you have a gun to shoot or beer or video games. Thing I don't understand is we have about 6 pawn shops and two Sports stores and Walmart where you can buy guns but nowhere to rent one.

Grand Forks is where we currently live. I've been out to the AFB here in GF quite a bit. I sell a lot of paint out there right now. Had a few friends that lived out there. Been a few suicideds out there last couple a years. Thats how boring it is.

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Some of the best hunting and fishing in the country. Canoeing, kayaking, water skiing, snow skiing, riding horse, river sandbar parties, paintballing, free access to outdoor shooting ranges, dirt biking/atv/snowmobile/biking trails galore. Great food and even better women who still know how to prepare a meal at home. You can count on someone to help you out if your vehicle breaks down on the side of the road and asks nothing in return. What are you looking for? Yea the winters are cold, but not much colder than Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Idaho, Illinois, or Michigan. North Dakota has downsides like any other state, but it has alot going for it as well. :numbchuck:
 

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north dakota doesn't have mexican food. I work with a guy from there he talks about this stuff called hot dish. no spicy food. not my cup of tea.
 

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...Yea the winters are cold, but not much colder than Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Idaho, Illinois, or Michigan. ...
I think that might be the first time someone mentioned "snow" and didn't shortly follow it with Buffalo, NY. Things are looking up...:smt033
 

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Its a My girlfriend's family makes that hot dish too. Tatertots, or some other sort of potatoes; green beans; cream of something. I'm sure there is some form of meat in there too. I haven't tried it, it just doesn't look right to me. Its a Minnesota/Dakotas thing. Not sure what nationality, but it's mostly German, Scandinavian, and some Eastern European descendants in this area. Big difference to where I grew up with mostly English, Scottish, and Irish. There all you get is "traditional American" and nothing that I can think of that's unique. Only thing I can think of is St Patrick's day corn beef and cabbage, and shepard's pie.

If you want good food, home cooked is always the best. It's usually cheaper too.

Sorry about the ramble
 
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