FORT RANSOM, N.D. - While driving the winding road on what once was a 330-foot-deep, mile-wide glacial melt water trench, the curves and valleys made me feel like I was driving on the bottom of a lake.
This year, 29 adventures await. I made a checklist on May 4, my birthday, of things I’ve never done that will serve to inspire, empower or give a rush of adrenaline to my 29th year of life.
FARGO - A place in the clouds might just be in Amber Grindeland’s DNA. The North Dakota State University architecture student grew up in a family rooted in the aviation world. Her dad, uncle and family friends still fly under the name “Hatton Flying Circus.”
GLYNDON, Minn. – It’s just a day at the speedway for those who enjoy catching races at the park here on Highway 10.
Hendrum, Minn. - On my drive about 28 miles north on Highway 75 in Minnesota, I stumbled upon a sign that read, “Welcome. If you lived here, you’d be home now.”
HOPE, N.D. - ‘Many of us think our hometowns are special. So much so, that I recently moved back to Hope (N.D.) after living in Fargo for over 20 years.”
GARY, Minn. - ‘Take state Highway 10 to state Highway 32. … I will meet you at the cafe.”
Those were the directions given to me by Lori Thronson, resident and my soon-to-be tour guide of Gary.
FARGO – It was both a homecoming and an exploration for George Hanson on Saturday when he served as the guest conductor of the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra’s season debut concert.
Pink. Fuchsia, orchid, champagne or magenta; illustrations of nature’s subtle pigmentation.
For the past 40 years, Brian Thompson has been challenging his mind and opponents with a game of chess.