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Driving around the endless, rolling fields of Western North Dakota, one sees many of the rock piles that built up over the century as the soil spits up the rocks from the plowed fields each spring. Farmers gather the unwanted … Continue reading
I found this article on New York Times talking about the future of shale production, which would include the Bakken.
Abandoned architecture seems to be a popular subject on the blog. I look at these old schools and reflect on how broken our modern system is. Just because one room school houses were humble in appearance doesn’t mean they weren’t … Continue reading
The hours are long, the weather is cold, and time is short in the oilfield. The oil has been down there for millions of years, but suddenly we are in a hurry, and tempers rise even if there is a … Continue reading