While national prohibition didn't start until 1920, North Dakota enacted prohibition in the state beginning in 1889. This posed an issue for bar owners and distributors that relied on alcohol to make a living. Many found a way around prohibition by illegally manufacturing and distributing alcohol - but it wasn't an easy task. Rumors had … Continue reading Bootleggers and Rum Runners – the Hidden Prohibition Tunnels in Minot, North Dakota
Duluth is one of the hottest spots in Minnesota for travelers to visit. No matter if you enjoy shopping, outdoor activities, or educational and cultural experiences - there's something for everyone. My Aunt and Uncle have lived in Duluth for as long as I can remember and when I was a kid we would spend time with our cousins at Spirit Mountain, climbing Enger Tower, or hitting the beach at Park Point. A lot has changed over the years and Duluth has more to offer than ever before.
The Lake Country Scenic Byway is by far the most beautiful drive in all of Minnesota and showcases the state's natural beauty as it changes from the hills of Detroit Lakes to the wooded up-north feel of towns like Walker.
After a brief hiatus from Fargo, it looks like Frontier Airlines just couldn't quit us because they're back! Right now they're only offering direct flights to Denver, but it's a start!
After years of waiting for the brand new, $1 billion stadium, footballs fans can finally catch a game in the new building. Although the stadium officially opened last season, it wasn’t easy to get tickets to any home game short of paying a fortune. As the second season in the new stadium starts, it’s already apparent that it’s going to be easier and more affordable, to attend the games this year. And with a billion dollar (+) stadium, attending a game at the U.S. Bank Stadium is nothing short of spectacular.
Hands down the most impressive sight in all of North Dakota is the famous Painted Canyon. With a well-kept rest area and visitors center right off I94 and just a few miles from Medora, the overlook lets you gaze at thousands of acres of wild terrain. Because the land is completely unsettled and untouched by man, you'll frequently see herds of Bison roam throughout the area, searching for their next meal or drink of water.
The Old Market area in Omaha is a bustling area filled with shops, bars, restaurants, museums, horse drawn carriage rides, and street entertainers. The cobblestone roads and restored buildings add to the historical charm. Bring comfortable walking shoes because there is a lot of ground to cover. During our visit we hit up several bars … Continue reading Bar Hopping at the Old Market in Omaha